The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio (2024)

AKRON BEACON JOURNAL THIRTEEN--C MARCH 14, 1943 Race Results! AT FAIR GROUNDS FIRST: mile. Time: 1:12 3-8. Mesdala, 112 (P. Roberts) 7.00 3.80 3.20 Outcome, 107 (8. Murphy) 4.00 2.80 Show, 112 (Zufelt) 3.00 Also: South Drive, Green Torch, Dallas Lads, Hade Lass, Eddiebon, Double Results, Black Orchid.

SECOND: mile. Time: 1:12 3-5. Wise Colonel, 111 (Givens) 5.80 3.20 3.00 Ariel Toy, 115 (A. Craig) 3.60 3.20 Hadatime, 108 (Roberts) 5.60 Also: Pete Challante, Cherriko, Rogers Boy, Three Bangs, Valdina Rebel, Sam Houston. DAILY DOUBLE (1 and 9) paid $16.20.

THIRD: mile. Time: 1:12 2-5. Teentee, 108 (8. Murphy) 7.00 3.80 2.80 Miss Monarch, 111 (Bufelt) 4.80 3.40 Rosewell, 120 (8. Brooks) 2.80 Also: Leo's Brandy, Suger Ration, Valdins Dust, Wapan, Dissie.

FOURTH: 1 mile and 70 yards. Time: 1:47. Squaw Jane, 114 (P. Roberts) 4.40 2.60 2.20 Episet, 104 (Guerin) 4.80 2.40 Bouncing, 106 (C. Givens) 2.20 Also: Close- Flight, Auld Sang Syne, Valdina Pat, My Crest.

FIFTH: mile. Time: :23. Chis Shirley, 119 (A. Craig) 16.40 5.80 4.00 Saguaro, 119 (W. Eads) 3.60 2.60 Half Smart, 119 (Le Blanc) 3.00 Also: Captain Joe, Fort Ben, Red Rebel, Rover, Sweeping Ahead, Occlusion.

SIXTH: 11-16th miles. Time: 1:44. Riverland, 123 (8. Brooks) 5.80 2.60 out Valdina Orphan, 122 (Zufelt) 2.60 out A. Mioland, 119 (Haskell) out Also' a -Porter's Cap, Marriage, 8-C.

8. Howard entry. SEVENTH, Mile 1-16. Time: 1:48 1-5. Black Time, 118 (Rienzi) 11.20 5.30 3.20 Catomar, 109 (P.

Roberts) 7.80 4.00 New Englander, 112 (G. Martin) 2.80 Also -Little Gay, Dizzy Prompto, Eddie Gardner, Off Guard, Clarion Call II. EIGHTH: 11-16th miles. Time: 1:48. Searcy, 115 (Rienzi) 10.20 5.80 3.40 Show House, 108 (C.

Givens) 13.80 8.60 Yesteryear, 107 (Murphy) 3.40 Also: Advice, Nancy's Baby, xSo Fast, Money Hill, Ida Rogers, Illka, AT OAKLAWN PARK FIRST: mile. Time: 1:16. Some Ad, 116 (Reeves) 29.30 17.40 10.30 Extremus, 118 (Gaither) 15.00 6.20 Little Bolo, 116 (McCombs) 4.20 Also: Thorino, Votum, B. Diego Red. Snow Train, Pescadero, county, Surgeon Dick.

xField. SECOND: mile. Time: Toss Up, 116 (J. Adams) 39.30 11.90 6.00 Free Air. 111 (Dattilo) 5.30 4.00 Ebony Edge, 119 (S.

Clark) 4.40 Also: My Pet Rambler, Her Guardian, Overlin, Santa Elisa. War Page. DAILY DOUBLE (1 and pald $682.60. THIRD: mile. Time: :50 2-5.

Chere Brandy, 116 (S. Clark) 3.40 2.70 2.50 Railhawk, 119 (Adams) 6.90 4.20 Paragram, 4. 113 (McCombs) 5.00 Also: Diererod, Harv Aethel, Dos Daze, Alagold, Roy H. S. FOURTH: mile.

Time: 1:18. Alenes, 111 (J. Adams) 4.60 2.80 2.40 Darby Doc, (S. Clark) 3.80 3.00 Porter's Rock. 116 (Loturco) 3.50 Also: Spica, Ambrose E.

King's Glory, Sturdy Willow. FIFTH: mile. Time: 1:15. Alohort, 112 (Longden) 7.20 3.80 2.60 Alohort Captures Park Hotel 'Cap HOT SPRINGS, March 13. (U.P.) A.

Ernst's fouryear-old, today used his tremendous stretch drive to good advantage in from last place to win dominion Park Hotel handicap at Oaklawn park. The son of Cohort- Yearning won over five others, including the favored Dispose, owned by M. Wexler. The Reynolds Brothers' Fly Ty was second, Meggy and Dispose did no better than fifth. Time of six-furlong run was 1:15, and the track was heavy.

Chere Brandy, a two-year old gelding, became the first juvenile of 1943 to win a half-mile race when he outfooted a field of seven others to win the sub-feature second event. He was entered by the Murlogg stables. Saratoga New War Casualty SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. March 13. UP America's oldest war casualty today, August thoroughbred race track, became a meeting shifted to metropolitan York.

New, conserve automobile tires and gasoline, the month-long running of the banktails scheduled for the picturesque 80-year-old Saratoga plant will be held at Aqueduct or Belmont. The decision was announced today by Gov. Thomas E. Dewey after a study of the New York racing situation prompted by National Rubber Administrator William M. Jeffers' request "to prevent the opening of all suburban tracks until the end of the war or until the tire problem is solved." Arkansas Derby Has 28 Entries HOT SPRINGS, Ark.

March 1 13. 3-year-olds, including, Mrs. Calumet John farm's D. Hertz' Ocean Count Fleet, have been nominated for the eighth running of the $10,000 added Arkansas Derby, to be raced here March 27. Eugene W.

Bury, racing secretary for Oaklawn park, announced that 19 of the nominees have also been named for the Kentucky Derby. With Regards last year won the mile-and-furlong event here. B. F. Whitaker's Pop's Pick, which ran third to Amber Light and Ocean Wave in the Louisiana Derby, was a surprise entry.

Other candidates for the favorite's spot were Through Bound, Siravo, Beau of Mine and Petruccis Spartitate, only filly nominated. Stone Is Elected Turf Club Head LEXINGTON, March 13. -James C. Stone, Lexington horseman and widely known farm authority, was elected president of the Thoroughbred Club of America here today. He succeeds Ira Drymon.

Charles Asbury was named to Leslie Combs II as vice president and J. Cal Milam was selected as honorary vice president, succeeding Robert J. Kleberg. Dr. E.

W. Hagyard, the other honorary vice president, was reelected, and Alex Bower was made secretary-treasurer. Plan Colt Stakes For Ohio Fairs MOUNT VERNON, 13. (P)-Barton W. Blair, secretary of the Eastern Ohio Horsem*n's association, said today the group sponsor "home talent" colt stakes, for the two and three old trotters and pacers, at six Ohio fairs this year.

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VITAL STATISTICS 1-DEATH NOTICES BARNETT Eleanor (nee Whiting), age 19 years, 2335 15th st. SW. passed away Friday a. m. Survived by mother, Mrs.

Flo Whiting. Akron; 1 sister, Evelyn at home. Funeral services from the Calvary Evangelical church, Coburn Sunday at 2:30 p. Rev. Merle Hayes and Rev.

Willard Shawk officiating. Burial Woodlawn cemetery, Wadsworth, Monday a. m. Friends may call at Prentice Co. Funeral Home, 1154 Kenmore until 12 noon day.

(Prentice Co.) BROWNELL Oscar 77 years, 2309 11th Cuyshoga Falls, died March 11. Services 2 p. m. Sunday at the Billow chapel. Rev.

Franklin H. Minck officiating. Interment Glendale cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. Billow).

BRYNER Emma Anna, age 73, of 761 Thayer died March 11. Friends may call at the Long Funeral Home where services will be held Sunday, 2:30 p. m. Rev. George Longaker and Colfax Rebekah lodge No.

8 officiating. Cremation Cleveland. (Don R. Long.) DILLER Marion 43 years, 1715 Seventh Cuyahoga Falls. pa passed away March 12.

Survived by his wife, Ann; son, Marion daughter, Judith Ann: parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Diller of Stow: brother, Lieut.

(J. Robert I. Diller. U.S.N.R.; sister. Mra.

A. T. Edlin, Akron. Private services will be held at the Adams Funeral Home on Monday, Rev. Sidney A.

Mayer officiating. Interment. East Akron cemetery. Friends may call at the Adams Funeral Home. EMERICK Mrs.

Georgia E. (nee Dent), 50 years, 505 Inman died March 11. Services 1 p. m. Monday at the Billow chapel, Rev.

Carl Burnham officiating. Interment Rose Hill burial park. Frie ids may call at the chapel (Billow). FINK Anna Belle, age 66 years, of 2338 16th st. SW.

passed away Friday a. m. Funeral services from Prentice Co. Funeral Home, 1154 Kenmore Monday, 2:30 p. Rev.

Ralph Schurman officiating. Burial Glendale cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. (Prentice Co.) FRITZINGER Lee Roy, 54 years, of Lake, beloved husband of Mabel, passed away March 12. Services at the Tinker Funeral Home, Kent, Monday, 2 p.

m. Burial Standing Rock. (Tinker). FULTZ Gayford 40 years, 1477 Englewood passed away March 13. Survived by his wife, Zella; sons, Dennis and Jimmy: parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Samuel Fultz; brothers, Alston and Samuel, sister, Mrs. Nina Kirkman. Funeral srevices Tuesday at Foursquare Gospel church, 82 S. Arlington.

Interment East Akron cemetery. Friends may call at the Adams funeral home after 7 o'clock this evening. GRIFFIN First Lieut. Walter 25 years, 151 W. Chestnut died March 10.

Services 3 p. m. Monday at the Billow chapel, Rev. Robert McCracken officiating. Interment Mt.

Peace cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. (Billow.) HEINER Annie 70 years, 685 Sunset View passed away March 11. Sur vived by 2 sons, 2 daughters, 1 sister. Christian Science services will be read at 2.

p. m. Sunday at the Adams. Funeral Home. Interment Glendale cemetery.

Friends may call at the Adams Funeral Home. FUNERAL FACTS Ohio's old-age pension law allows one hundred dollars for funeral expenses. We furnish a very nice wood casket, grey cloth exterior, silk finish, rayon interior. Complete Funeral, one hundred dollars. SWEENY VALE FUNERAL HOME 578 E.

Market FR-3171 Observation We are proud that 60 many of the families in our community who call us are influenced by their observation. They admire our establishment. They preciate our service. They recognize the competence of our staff. Co FUNERAL "DIRECTORS.

PHONE BL. 7171 118 ASH ST AKRON Free parking in heated garage for family and friends. Every Night and Sunday, the Beacon Journal will publish in the classified section a group of names LOOK FOR YOUR NAME. When you find it--bring it to the Beacon Journal and receive two tickets to the Colonial TheaterTHE MOST AMAZING ADVENTURE EVER LIVED OR DREAMED ALEXANDER KORDA presents ONE OF OUR -Co-Feature. Preston Richard, Foster AIRCRAFT "American Empire IS MISSING VITAL STATISTICS 1-DEATH NOTICES HOSTETTER Elizabeth.

age 90 years, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. H. Kehrer, 806 Coburn Saturday morning. Also survived by 4.

sons, Benjamin F. of Akron, Ambrose L. of Pennsylvania, William L. of Guthrie, and Grover of Moorland, Iowa: brother, Charles Bair of Albany, 12 grandchildren. great Services from St.

Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday, 2:30 p. Rev. David E. Holland officiating. Burial Rose Hill.

Friends may call at Prentice Co. Funeral Home. 856 Coburn after 3 p. m. Sunday and until noon Tuesday.

(Prentice Co.) MALONEY Thomas 61 years, of 308 Cuyahoga passed away Friday. Survived by wife, Katherine daughters, Geraldine and Jean; sisters, Mary and Margaret. Funeral services Monday, 9:30 o'clock, St. Martha's church. Interment in Holy Cross cemetery, Friends may call at the mortuary.

(The Cunninghams.) MILLHOFF John Henry of Manchester, 0, died Friday a. m. Survived by son, Sergt. Kenneth Millhoff; daughter, Elaine Bass; brothers, Willard. Ronald, James, Ohio, and Arthur: sisters.

Jennis Brown, Viola Kauffman, Margaret Gibson, Marie Hutchison. Funeral services Monday, 3 p. at the Campfield-Hickman chapel, Barberton. Rev. E.

R. Markel officiating. Interment Lakewood. Friends may call at the chapel. SEAR Arline Olivia, 69 years, of 311 S.

stone passed away Friday. Survived by daughter, Mrs. J. C. Romis: sons, Leslie and Joseph: sister.

Mrs. R. M. Rossel: brothers, Oliver, Clarence and William Vogt: 11 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchila. m.

at St. Paul's church. Interdren. Funeral services Monday, 9:30 ment Holy Cross cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary.

(The Cunninghams.) SETH Clifford Allen, age 53 years, 357 Howe passed away at Peoples hospital Wednesday p. m. Funeral postponed until Monday, 2 p. m. at the Copley church.

Rev. Mr. Buchholz officiating. Burial Greenlawn. Friends may call at the Gardner Funeral Home until Monday noon.

(Gardner. SHAFFER Mrs. Almira, 61 years. 520 Indian Trail, died March 12. Services 2 p.

m. Monday at the Trinity Evangelical Reformed church. Rev. George Longaker and Columbia Rebekah lodge officiating, Interment Mt. Peace cemetery.

Friends may call at the Billow chapel. (Billow.) TOLBERT Martha 81 years. 329 Morningview passed away March 11, Survived her daughter. Mrs. Morris E.

by Henshaw of Akron; son, Herbert 8. Huff: 8 grandchildren. 8 great-grandchildren Rev. W. W.

Ralph will conduct services at 3 p. m. Monday at the Adams Funeral Home. Interment Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Adams Funeral Home.

2-CARDS OF THANKS CORICE While our hearts are filled with sorrow we cannot forget the many acts of kindness. expressions of sympathy, telegrams and magnificent flowers extended to us by our host of friends, relatives, neighbors, and all who helped us to bear our burden during the illness and at the death of our beloved daughter and sister, Joan Patricia We are deeply grateful to the Sisters of St. Paul's school for their thoughtful kindness and prayers, to Rev. Fr. Boeke and his assistants for the beautiful sermon and impressive service and to the Cunningham mortuary for their fine cooperation in our bereavement, MR.

AND MRS. RAYMOND CORICE AND BARBARA ENGELMANN Our heartfelt thanks and deep gratitude are extended our many friends, relatives, neighbors, Depts. 262. 265 and 25-M el Firestone, and to all who were 50 generous in their numerous acts of kindness, expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes in the loss of our dearly Leloved father and grandfather. Adam Engelmann.

We especially wish to thank Rev. Richard DeGarmo Ravenna, and Rev. T. A. McCoy of Cleveland for their consoling words, and the Billow Co.

for their very kind assistance in our sorrow. MR AND MRS. RICHARD CASNER AND FAMILY. MRS. L.

M. LAUGHLIN AND FAMILY, MR. AND MRS. 0. A.

ENGELMANN AND FAMILY. GILBO For the numerous acts of kindness. beautiful floral tributes, kind deeds and expressions of sympathy extended by our many friends, relatives. neighbors and all who helped us in any way, we take this opportunity to express our sincere of their kindness in the appreciation loss of our beloved mother and grandmother Delia Gilbo. Particular thanks to Rev.

Fr. McMahon for his impressive service and consoling words, to the pallbearers and to the McCafferty-McCormick Funeral Home for their splendid assistance. THE GILBO FAMILY. HOENER For the numerous acts and kindness, beautiful floral tributes, kind deeds and expressions of sympathy extended to me by my many friends, relatives, neighbors and all who helped me in every way, I take this opportunity to express my appreciation of their kindness in my recent bereavement, the loss of my beloved husband. Edmund A.

Hoener Particular thanks to Rev. John R. Cheney for his impressive service and consoling words; to the Billow Co. and to the Oliver H. Bair Co.

of Philadelphia, for their helpful assistance. MRS. EDMUND A. HOENER. 3-IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORY OF OUR BELOVED HUSBAND AND FATHER Frank E.

Paxton WHO PASSED AWAY MARCH 14. 1942 Gone is the face we loved so dear, Silent the voice we loved to hear: Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thought to reach: Sweet to recall him. once so near, And who, though absent, is just dear. SADLY MISSED WIFE AND CHILDREN. New Urrivals Through the courtesy of the M.

O' Netl Co. an Empire miniature photo of baby presented with each announcement, For complete information on placing the announcement of your call Miss Martin. BL-1111. NEIL BAILEY Right up to 15 years this birthday, An apt student at South high. Neil goes 111 for all sports.

He lives 1398 Hite st MR AND MRS. GLENN O. KEYS (former Margaret Tharp of 126 Roger joyously announce the arrival of son. Glenn Roger, pounds, on Sunday, March 7. at City hospital MR.

AND MRS. GEORGE SPOONSTER (former Eva Pierce) of 2606 Ellet av, announce the arrival of Robert James, pounds, March 11 at 6:45 p. MR. AND MRS. JOHN WAGNER are happy to announce the arrival of Dick's sister, Judith A Ann, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, March 1, at City hospital.

SERGT. AND MRS. YOHEY (former Barbara Senn) of 3063 Cormany rd, announce the arrival of Judith Barbara, 8 pounds, 6 ounces, March 12 at City hospital. ANNOUNCEMENTS 10-LODGE NOTICES AKRON AERIE 555 P.O E. -Eagles' Temple Don't miss the Eagle Minstreis' March 24-25 Proceeds KO to the "Eagle Cigaret Fund." Our gOal 'A million cigarets the Patrons' tickets Available.

Buy yours now. MEN IN THE ARMED FORCES You Are Always Welcome At NATIONAL FRATERNAL ORDER OF DRAFTEES 282 W. Market BL-2169 10A-OFFICIAL UNION NOTICES GOODYEAR LOCAL NO 2 will have special committee meeting at 10 a 111. Sunday, March 14, followed by our regular bustness meeting at 2 m. at the local ball.

381 8 Case AV. All A members please be present. G. L. LEWI8, President.

11-CONVALESCENT HOMES PLEASANT VIEW HOME -Convalescents: pensioners welcome Bus service. Johnsons Corners, SH-7625 12-DEAF, HEARING AIDS PARAVOX RADIO Tube Hearing Aid: clear, powerful; loudest noise does not ear. Buy a Paravox and save difference. Terms, Demonstration in your home. W.

A. Wright, 744 N. Main, HE-8294. 13-TRAVEL INFORMATION ANYONE who is a competent driver and is interested in transportation to Dallas, phone Ravenna 8922 or call in person at City Pontiac, 266 W. Main Ravenna.

14-LOST AND FOUND you have lost something of value let Miss Reed assist you in finding 10. She will advertise 1t to the largest number of newspaper readers in this territory Cal Miss Reed. BL-1111 LOST -Between Union Terminal Station, Cleveland, and Akron on route 21. 1 black brief case with Identification initials C. on case.

Call HE-3171 REWARD LOST dress, in Polsky'8 box, downtown, Monday night, in Walgreen's: reward. WA-0146. FOUND A beautiful rosary on Twin Oaks rd. near Mayfield, Wednesday morning UN-4516. LARGE, black purse lost, small purse inside: in Kenmore 5 and 10c store: gift from 500: badly needed.

SH-5870. LOST- -Watch, vicinity of Lawson Dairy, 1267 Copley Wednesday evening. Call UN-6620: BILLFOLD LOST at theater; ration driver's 11- cense. license certificate. Reward.

MI-2762. LADY'S RING LOST Brown square cameo. diamond each side, vellow gold mounting. vicinity Highland Square. Reward.

JE-9953. LADY'S NOSE GLASSES lost between Medford Market and Ellet bus. Reward. BL-8433. LOST -Brown wallet, gas book.

G. J. BELHUMBER 1614 Glenmount Av LOST, small black and brown dog; resembles toy terrier: vicinity Wooster av. answers to "Chico." Reward. JE-9625.

LOST- -Small wallet -size stamp container, with 3 coins. Valued as keepsake. ST-5271. Reward. LOST Elgin de luxe wrist watch vicinity Seventh AV.

and Arlington. Reward. 1068 Seventh BL-0950. LOST -Glasses since Feb. 24 in blue Fladen's case: gold rimmed.

Reward. FR-8052. LOST -Lady's white gold Illinois wrist watch, converted to a fob watch. Reward. Call SH-4637.

RED IRISH SETTER. small white markIng on chest, male: no collar, answers to "Ranger." Reward FR-8359. 14-A-RATION BOOKS LOST LOST- SUGAR RATION CARD WALTER GERALD WILES R. D. 9.

Box 369. Akron, MI-4519 SUGAR RATION CARD LOST Alfred Henry Cain and Rose A. Cain, 215 Allies BL-5563. NO. 1 FOOD RATION BOOK LOST OLLIE LAUGHLIN D.

1. CLINTON, WA-8004 LOST SUGAR RATION BOOK NAME NORMA JEAN BISHOP 192 N. FORGE ST. LOST Sugar ration book: name Marion Louise Fresh, 92 Miller av. Return to S.

Main st. LOST AND GAS RATIONING S. C. KEENE 870 GRANT FR-8220 LOST- -SUGAR RATION BOOK MARY BAKER 2189 21ST SH-1589 GASOLINE BOOK LOST J. Broderick.

907 Kling. license B-387-X. HE-3298. LOST SUGAR RATION BOOK ALBERT C. CONLEY 89 NEBRASKA ST GASOLINE BOOK LOST C-631-M.

Mrs. Jean Clark, 393 Exchange 51. GAS RATION BOOK LOST W. McINTOSH TAYLOR HOTEL, ROOM 172 LOST 'A' gas ration book. Name, Mrs.

Hazel McClish. 797 Boulevard st. LOST -Two sugar books, issued to Lila and William C. De Moss. Wellsburg, W.

Va. Return 301 W. Cedar. LOST- -SUGAR RATION BOOK WILLIAM E. HOLMES 911 BANK ST LOST TWO SUGAR BOOKS KENNETH AND DOROTHY DAWSON 342 GRANT ST.

LOST- -SUGAR RATION BOOK B. C. McCLOSKEY 941 ARGONNE CT. LOST RATION BOOK NUMBER ONE JOHN B. HUGUELY 780 Carlysle St.

LOST -No. 1 ration book. name Mack W. Bullock. Greenville, Miss.

Return 58 W. Glenwood. LOST-Sugar ration book, Gloria, Patricia Friess, 2889 Bailey Cuyahoga Falls. UN-8796. LOST gAS ration book, Stanley Zuravel, 1250 Delos license No.

D-712-V CO- ED DENTAL LABORATORY SCHOOL Learn Mechanical Dentistry for Post War Trade A Craft machinery will never replace, It pays well all over the globe. For men and women- age no limit. Night classes Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 39 E. Market, Everett Bldg. HE-4318 READ WANT ALS EVERY DAY Birthday, Put the name of your or girl in the Beacon Journal's "Happy Birthday" column.

Birthday announcement includes two courtesy psases to the Ohio theater to see "Andy Hardy's Double Life with Mickey Rooney; also "Thunder Birds" in technicolor with Gene Tierney. Call Miss Carr. BL-1111 WILLIAM LLOYD BROWN Reaches his 15th birthday today. Keeps busy as a Scout member and chooses basketball for sport. Attends Hotchkiss, lives 1717 Shaw LENORE EVELYN BURGAN Ten years old as of this birthday, Lenore goes to Lincoln school.

plays accordion well, keeps active roller skat. Ing. lives 308 Keenan SANDRA RUTH AND JOSEPH ANTHONY LEVE Celebrate together Joseph 1s Just 1 year old. Sandra reaches 8. She likes music and her studies, lives 1715 Falls st PAUL.

NUZUM His 11th birthday dawns clear today and Paul will celebrate. Spring brings his favorite game of marbles Attends Hotchkiss, lives 1613 Darwin JOANNE RUBY Her 7th birthday dawns through today Pupil at Hotchkiss, she plays with baby brother. Jimmy and likes to go to movies. Lives 1894 Marks av. MARTHA AND RUTH SAUTER Two talented sisters, Martha WAS 15 March 8.

Ruth reaches 13 today. They play violin, cello and piano, sing beautifully, perform publicly. Live 1250 Fourth AV POLDINA SRBA Gaily celebrates as she reaches 13 years and her cat. "Rusty" has his 7th birthday today, too. Dogs and cats are her hobby.

In 8-B at David Hill. lives 550 Ardella JOY YVONNE SPURRIER As A devoted member of the Girl Scouts, Joy becomes 11 years old, her in terests are In Scout activities and classes at Grace school. Lives 669 Bell DONNA MARIE WALTERS Skips right up to her 6th birthday. She goes to Crawford school and keeps graceful dancing. Donna lives at 91 Lincoln st HARRY EARL WILSON As he reaches 10 years today, Harry likes to draw airplanes and spends hours reading.

Attends Forest Hill, lives 975 Nevin st LADDIE WOLFE Just reached his 8th birthday. He's just a real boy, goes in for all the games and sports that boys like. Attends Betty Jane, lives 581 Elko. ANNOUNCEMENTS 14-A-RATION BOOKS LOST LOST- -Dime bank check book with SU- gar ration book, other cards. Reward.

C. Thompson UN-6732, nines LOST RIS ration book: license D-840-E. Charles Ray, 697 BisRV HE-0996 LOST SUGAR RATION CARD LOUISE LA BELLE 31 S. BROADWAY, HE-0047 LOST SUGAR RATION CARD SAUL JOHNSON 64 HUSTON ST. BARBERTON LOST -SUGAR RATION BOOK ELIZABETH MANDERBACH 165 W.

NORTH ST. JE-7203 LOST SUGAR RATION BOOK MARGUERITE BROWN 299 THE BROOKLANDS. ST-5164 SUGAR BOOK LOST IMOGENE SCARBROUGH R. D. 7.

NORTH CANTON AND "B' GAS RATION BOOK LOST ANTHONY J. CROOKSTON 2227 14th st. sw. SH-4159 LOST- Three sugar ration books, George Snyder, Donald Snyder, James Snyder. 1981 Wooster av.

LOST- gasoline ration book, license No. E-137-G. issued to Kenner E. Lemley, 747 Baird st. LOST -Sugar ration book.

Anne L. Moats, 438 E. Thornton st. FR-7475. 16-WANTED TO BUY HIGHEST cash for watches, diamonds, etc.

Watches bought, sold. repaired. PEOPLES LOAN 279 S. Main st. FR-2735 Cash For Men's Used Clothing Also highest prices for old gold, dental gold diamonds Bring to REISER'S LOAN OFFICE.

313 8. Main WANTED TO BUY, studio upright, not over 46 inches high, or grand piano. Cash. State make, size and price. Write Box M-71.

Beacon Journal. Cash For Men's Used Clothing SUN CLEANERS CLOTHIERS 84 F. Mill st BL-5422 USED SEWING MACHINES bought and sold Singer Sewing Centers. 310 8. Main, BL-7813; 42 Market, JE9616.

WANTED LATE MODEL GOOD USED WASHER CALL SH-5315 OR PL-1223 WANTED TO BUY Refrigerator; Pay Cash 445 Fuller st. WANTED TWO USED 6.00x17 TIRES CALL FR-9940 WANTED PRESSURE CANNER GOOD CONDITION PA-5241 WANTED TO BUY TAYLOR-TOT CALL UN-5416 WANTED TO BUY- -Electric washer. sewing machine, pressure cooker, child's wardrobe. UN-5585 GOODY WOULD USED LIKE SEWING TO BUY MACHINE CALL PA-5988 BETWEEN 7 M. AND 8 P.

WANTED -Late model baby grand piano: good condition. Cash. Reasonable. WA-5424- 6 to 8 p. CASH PAID FOR DIAMONDS, watches.

jewelry, old gold and platinum. FERTEL'S 49 S. Main St PR-2215 WANTED to buy play pen, large enough for twins. with floor. Call 8H-0804 or 2786 Wingate.

WANTED TO BUY GARDEN TRACTOR Call WA-0485 After 5 P. 2x2-INCH SLIDE PROJECTOR CALL UN-5878 AFTER 6 P. M. INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS LAW -BUSINESS SECRETARIES! STENOGRAPHERS! TYPISTS! Become stenotypists, preferred Quick, easy, moderate in cost, spare-time training STENOTYPE BUSINESS COLLEGE 205 United bldr FR-7135 HERE, every extra hour of work shortPILS your course and decreases 115 cost. HAMMEL BUSINESS UNIVERSITY 57 E.

Market St JE-1317 PUBLIC SPEAKING, Spanish. etc. All school subjects. Shortcut high in year! 7 E. Exchange.

BL-1228 20-TRADE SCHOOLS RIGGS-LE MAR AKRON ACADEMY OF BEAUTY CULTURE We also teach men's barbering Special raves Metropolitan bldg. 39 S. Main, BL-8712 SAYRE BEAUTY SCHOOL Offers Complete Courses For Information Inquire Second Floor, 290 Main st. ENROLL THIS WEEK New classes in electric welding and radio McKim Technical Institute 120 Ash st. FR-4014 If THEY Are Willing To FIGHT for You should learn a trade SO you can be more help to them.

ELECTRIC WELDING RADIO Day and Evening Classes For Men and Women PAYMENT PLAN McKIM INSTITUTE TECHNICAL 120 Ash St. FR-4014 INSTRUCTION 21-MUSIC, DANCING, DRAMATIC CLEMENT BROWNE announces that his studio 48 now open in the ballroom of the Anthony Wayne hotel. Private lessons daily, 9 a. m. to 9 p.

m. Class for adults in modern ballroom dancing starts this Thursday, March 11, at 8 p. m. High school ballroom class, Baturday at 8 p. m.

Call JE-9525. Ply Ty, 101 (Dattilo) 4.50 3.10 Merry, 106 (Adamsi 3.00 Also: Dispose, Chipamink, Ballyarnett. SIXTH: miles. Time: 2:13 3-5. Beckhampton, 113 (Dattilo) 1.60 2.90 2.30 Ava Delight, 111 (J, Adams) 3.70 2.70 Portsmouth, 110 (8.

Clark) 2.90 Also: Jay Bee Dee, Swift Sue, My Bobby, Haste On. SEVENTH- Mile, 70 yds. Time: 1:50 2-5. All True, 112 (Adams) 14.00 5.60 4.40 Court Blenheim, 110 (Tammand) 4.40 3.10 Dancing Light, 112 (8. Clark) 3.70 Also: Peacharino, Miss High Hat, Swan, Our Bessie, Mathigh.

EIGHTH: 1 mile and 70 yards. Time: 1:50 4-5. Jack Vennie, 115 (McLeod) 15.90 4.50 3.30 Chattoan. 112 (Onneden) 2.60 2.30 Drift Silver. 107 (Mdattilo) 4.30 Also: Flodur, Rose Anita, Dradant, Hogan, Pari Favorite.

AT HAVANA FIRST: furlongs. Time :1:08 2-8. Crack All, 114 (A. Fernandez) 4-1 3-2 4-5 Oh Ray, 114 (O. Falero) 1-4 1-8 Habit, 114 (B.

Golcoechea) 1-2 Also: Avenos Count, Step Aside, Bo Dean, Color Bearer, Sistovita. SECOND: mile. Time: 1:15. Wise Glance, 109 (Baluja) 8-1 3-1 7-5 Buzz Me, 109 (J. Vina) 3-2 4-5 Gay Bras, 109 (F.

Fernandez) 4-5 Also: Merab, Pluto, Azabache, Jimmy Elstree. THIRD: furlongs. Time: 1:08. Hy Sonny, 110 (A. Fernandez) 2-1 7-10 1-3 Be Quiet, 109 (0.

Benitez) 7-10 1-3 Orphon Las. 105 (F. Fernandez) 6-5 Also: AI Carlys, Scaggs, Arrow Song, Hard Chase. FOURTH: mile. Time: 1:13 1-5.

Nine-O-Two, 108 (J. Vina) 3-1 even 1-2 My Gracious, 104 (A. J. Fernandez) 5-2 6-5 Besiana, 101 (M. Alvarez) 1-3 Also: Leesburg, Fast Agent, Almirante, Aevos Duke.

FIFTH: furlongs. Time: 1:05 3-5. Major 122 (A. Gonzalez) 4-5 1-4 1-10 Pin Money, 112 (O. Falero) 7-10 1-4 Mahdi, 111 A.

J. Also: Very Much, a -Aevos King, Cammanderess, a -Valdina Jack. a -Aevos stable entry. SIXTH: 1 mile and 60 yards. Time: 1:46.

Lady Tichner, 109 (Bravo) 10-1 4-1 2-1 Barker, 114 (Montalvo) 1-4 1-10 Wagold ,111 (Benitez) 1-2 Also: Earle Bay Eagle, Merry Kin, Fez. SEVENTH--1 1-16 mile. Time: 1:47 2-5. Squawker, 105 (C. Fontel 10-1 4-1 2-1 Demon, 110 (O.

Benitez) 2-5 1-5 Bob 119 (E. Venero 5-2 Also: Half Shoes. Eneas Vanscout, Court General, Computer. lita, Lichema, Royal Circus, Wound Stripe. AT OAKLAWN PARK AT BAY MEADOWS mile.

Time: 1:14 3-5. Dream Boat, 109 (Zehr) 10.30 3.40 2.70 Two Ton Tony, 119 (Josephson) 2.90 2.30 Fairhaired Boy, 114 (C. Hanna) 3.00 Also: Buena Hombre, Silk Wind, Party Spirit, Pari Call. mile. Time: 1:15.

Moot Question, 114 (Wagner, 19.10 11.20 5.90 Bucket Brigade, 114 (Chojnacki) 4.70 3.20 Gordon's Gift, 118 (Rye) 2.90 A Also: Gold Vince, Nath's Valdina Sun, Bald Shot. Tow Rope, Junijer Butte, Saffworth. mile. Time: 1:14 4-5. Strombus, 119 (Chojnacki) 6.10 3.80 2.80 Plumita, 109 (Miller) 5.80 3.70 Iron Mike.

114 (Zehr) 3.50 Also: June's First. Invoice, The Raider, Proper Girl, Esrevinu. double (2 and 3) paid $50.60. mile. Time: 1:14.

Monentito, 114 (Zehr) 3.30 2.60 2.20 Plaidloch, 119 (Josephson) 3.60 2.50 Trust Buster, 114 (Johnson) 2.50 Also: Lady Bob. Dorano Rancho, Plucky Boss, Ground Shadow. FIFTH, Time: 1:13 2-5. Ever Hour. 109 (Dye) 9.60 3.70 3.10 Mad Macaw.

109 (Wagner) 3.20 2.70 Good Policy, 111 (Haritos) 5.50 Also- -Profile. Lovely Dawn. Brig D'Or. SIXTH: 3 mile. Time: 1:12 3-5.

Ended, 115 (Chojancki) 3.40 2.70 2.10 Vain Grove, 105 (Bianco) 4.50 2.70 Florizan Beau, 107 (Zehr) 2.20 Franworth, Touch And Go. SEVENTH--Mile. Time: 1:43 2-5. Liedevin, 114 (Zehr) 10.60 3.90 2.40 My Porter, 119 (Westrope) 3.00 2.40 Wise Barrister. 119 (Dye) 2.30 Also: Valdina Bob, Night Raider, Friendly Paul.

EIGHTH-1 1-16 miles. Time: 1:49 2-5. Wee Scott, 109 (Bianco) 5.70 4.00 3.20 Orientalist, 114 (Crojnacki) 26.50 11.20 Valdina Niece, 104 (Zehr) 4.20 Also: Wingspread, Superstitution, Carmar- Track good. HAVANA claiming, 3 years, 6 furlongs. Brave Deed 115, Be Calm 113, xAerdal Torpedo 105, Florizan Sam 115, Ann Vision 110, Dizzy Izzy 115, Camp Liberty 110, Crystal Torch 110, xLove Kee 105, Water Tower 115, Take A Letter 110, Safe Bid 110, Boots Shorty 115, Biscuit Boy 115.

xAnna Tino 105, Little Trox 105, Ed Greenock 115, Hard Twist 115. claiming, 4 years up, 6 furlongs. Silent Host 115, xOnly Girl 105, xWawfield 110, Justification 115, Pilot Boat 115, Barbara R. 110, Barney's Gal 105, Windshield 115, Last Frontier 115, Milk Route 118, xBallarosa 105, Shirley G. 110, Polovo's Image 115, Bob Huff 115, Venci 110.

Mount Kala 113, Flyfot 115. Captain Fury 115. claiming, 2 years, 4 furlongs. Nancy Fly 113. Frances W.

113, Kabo Lea 116. Kels Pride 116, Country Dude 116, Ballocolas 116, Weapons Pride 113, Jack Coventry 116. Money Muss 116, Cherokee Scout 116, Major V. 116, Tomily 113, Bevrac 113, Linn Creek 113, xClassy Lass 108, Wing Blue 108, Duolc 113, Mr. Danny 116.

claiming, years up, 6 furlongs. Kentown 113, Conejo 113. Seven Hills 113, xCold Crack 108, Wayriel 108, xPallinderry 103, Doctor Reder 116, Bit Brown 111, Remote Control 113. Annie Alone 108, Ticky Otis 111, Sun Ginger 108. allowances, 3 years, 1 1-16 miles.

Modest Lad 110, Blue Shot 113, Beau Of Mine 113, Her Custodian 113, Dusty 110, Uncle Billies 116, Dr. Rush 113, Iron Works 113. claiming, 3 years, 11-16 miles. Spica 113, Darby Draftee 113, xP8cific Maid Little Fessy 108, xTermite 105, Star Goods 110, xHopefor 106. claiming, 4 years up.

1-16 miles. Grand Central 116, Boom On 116. Here She Is 111, Rich Uncle 115, Discovery 106, Kitche Manitou 107. claiming, years up, mile 70 yards. xEquioval 110.

Avesta 110, Must Go 110, 113. Meanwhile 115, Guest Star 118. xStar Monarch 105, 105, Little Wasp 110, CommisxOpoca sion 115, Hadamoon 113, Aircraft 115, San115, Prefer Transit 118, xOur to Domingo Blen 110, xPoint High 105. claiming, 3 years. 6 furSonorous 107, Miss Maria 110.

longs. Dolores E. 110, xInkwood 110. Princess Dot 110, First Blush 113, Hi Trite 110, Tangelo 110, xBe Wise 110, Mokanne 115, Flo Bratten 110, Silver Tip 115, Joker Wild 113, Who Can 110. FIRST: 175 claiming, 4-year-olds and mile and 60 Rose up, Play Shoot 114.

Disraeli 105. Good 104. Friday 110. Blackmail 114. Witchs Wall 109, Rolisona 112, Zinnea 105, Lacee 109, Mannerly 110.

Constitutional 110. xColor Bearer 105, Stepaside 110. SECOND: claiming. 4-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs--Flightaway 109, Dimness 103. Berthas Girl Wuifstan 114, Mumble 114, Azorado 103, Peter 110.

As Rain 105, Spanish Charm 114. THIRD: $175 claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs--Lady Flyer 109, Chatabit 103, xRon 109. Bon Mot 116, xMow You 111, Little Patricia 109. FOURTH: $175 claiming, 4-year-olds Down and up. 5 furlongs-xBobby Buxton 107, Bit Black 107.

Shantime 107, Chiquitin Azabache 103. xInstead 107. Jimmy H. 108. Union 112, Orphan Lass 107, Wise 105, Glance 108.

FIFTH: $275, handicap, 4-year-olds and up. mile-a-Makalite 110. a- -Miss Moran 107, Going Along 106, b-Callao 110, b-Sangelle 99. Commanderess 100. Trimotor 102.

Mellow Moon 110. a -De Vallee entry. b-Mrs. C. V.

Rodriguez entry. SIXTH: $175 claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs-Foggy Day 110, Red Binder 110, Crashing Mary 110, Lucky Seven 115, Scoshera 107, xBay James 110. 102, Ten Hearts 107. SEVENTH: $225 claiming. 4-year-olds and up, mile- Queen Regnant 105.

Fast Agent 108. Gertrude 102, Magic Shadow 109. Ramoose 107. The Wink 103. Apprentice allowances claimed.

LEGAL NOTICE On and after this date I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. JACK THOMAS ANDERSON, Mar 13 14 15 667 East av. LEGAL NOTICE On and after this date I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. JAMES P. POX.

77 Mitchell Mares 12 13 14 Barberton, O. HELP WANTED 24-MALE SUPERVISOR With ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE 3-IN IN MEMORY OP Diantha Kimble WHO PASSED AWAY THREE YEARS AGO TODAY Not death to us who loved her, Not lost. but gone before, She lives with us in memory And will forevermore. THE CHILDREN. 5-FUNERAL DIRECTORS THE BILLOW CO.

118 ASH ST BL-7171 DON R. LONG Funeral Home -1942 Packard Ambulance 293 MARKET ST JE-8119 WM. J. SCHLUP 788 KENMORE BLVD. SH-1212 AKRON, OHIO -VALE 578 E.

MARKET ST. FR-3171 PR-2525 1-CEMETERY LOTS EXCELLENT 2-GRAVE LOTS. $120 PAY $5 MONTHLY. NO INTEREST. ROSE HILL BURIAL PARK 204 Buckeye oldg HE-8316 Greenlawn Memorial Park BL-8144 CHESTNUT HILL Ohio's Most Beautiful Burial Park HE-1037 WA-6115 GLENDALE CEMETERY 150 Glendale BL-2317 ANNOUNCEMENTS 8-PERSONALS PROF.

VON DAVIDOR 214 W. EXCHANGE Soives All your problems, personal. business, love, etc. 1 ask no tions, call you by name; remove evil influence and bad luck faction guaranteed or no charge. MRS.

JOAN Psychic reader She can help you, no matter what your reverses may be She does not tell things that please, but just what she- sees. Gives advice on all affairs of life Gives names. dates and facts. If worried, consult one who knows. Hours 9 a m.

to 10 daily and day. 375 S. Main st DANIEL BARRY, 354 Ford AV E. Barberton- 2 Colonial theater tickets for you. Just present this notice to the Beacon Journal before March 23.

Read and use Beacon Journal want ads. MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, single or married trouble. Consult L. James, D.D.M.D, Academician, Fren. Acad.

7 E. change. BL-1228. ANYONE KNOWING the whereabouts of Lillian Vasarch or Lillian Burnette, please notify B. Vasarch, 911 Monroe Bellevue, O.

TEA LEAF READING. 25c; cards and spiritual readings, $1 Mrs. Bergdorf, 970 8. Main JE-1948. NATURAL born reader, 40 years' experience; all nationalities: satisfaction guaranteed.

233 Perkins HE- -3875. MARY WYMAN SUTTON Readings from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.

by appointment only. 533 Allyn st. ACTUAL FACTS given by Madam Roupee, 26 E. Tallmadge Apt. 108.

HE7377 for appointment only WOMAN, in financial emergency, needs $500: no security except good job; 15 months, interest. Please. Write Box R-17, Beacon Journal MRS AUSTIN Readings. 50c. Hours 10-9.

Born with veil. 1868. 08 Williams st. Cuyahoga Falls, WA-3725. CAN HELP you with your most distressing problems.

Carolyn Boyce, psychologist, Box 585, Akron. 8B-BOOKS WANTED- Old fancy dress buttons. over 50 years old. Also glassware, china, and books. The Old Book Store, 17 S.

Howard, BL-5025. 8-C-DEFENSE WORK WANTED BY MACHINE SHOPS WANTED- for drilling or tapping; quick delivery. Write Box R-7 Beacon Journal. WANTED -Contract for small drill press work by competent mechanic. Write Box R-21, Beacon Journal.

9-SPECIAL NOTICES INCOME TAX SERVICE Open all day Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Evenings by appointment. 601 Akron Savings Loan. JE-9612. FLOORS SAGGING? PA-6040 Free Estimates Reasonable Prices 15 Years' Experience. Dave Warner, Builder INCOME TAX SERVICE Evenings, 6.

to 9, Sundays, 12 to 8 p. m. 560 Wooster rd. Barberton. Notary Public.

SH-8324. INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX Saturday after 4, all day Sunday, 181 Beck between Exchange and Crosby. SPECIAL FOR MARCH Spice 5c with chocolate dessert and chocolate malted milk. J. R.

Watkins Products, 1480 S. Main, PA-3010. Income Tax Service DON'T DELAY COME TODAY 804 STORER AV. HE-2225 INCOME TAX SERVICE NOTARY-83 N. UNION ST.

Every 9 A. P. M. No Valting WE COLLECT OLD ACCOUNTS. RENTS AND NOTES.

ESTABLISHED SINCE 1925 HE-5215. INCOME TAX SERVICE Public -Evenings And Sunday Notary, Woodland HE-6392 INCOME TAX SERVICE NOTARY PUBLIC, DAYS, EVENINGS 2175 15th st. SW. Kenmore, SH-4651 INCOME TAX SERVICE- Saturday afternoons and evenings. 129 Mapledale Firestone Park.

PA-2759. Zinc and Copper Printing Plates STAR ENGRAVING. BL-4824 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE INCOME TAX-Avoid standing in line. Let me make your return now. Call ST-7903.

WANTED TO RENT. BARN, near Akron to keep saddle horses in by month or year. Call BL-3169: evenings, UN4459. 10-LODGE NOTICES MOOSE 62 ACTIVITIES FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR LADIES ONLY IS VISITING BROTHERS ALWAYS WELCOME. MONDAY NIGHT, 8:30 P.

M. -Women of the Moose No. 254. Regular meeting and initiation of candidates. Social service chairman chapter night program.

LUE WILLE. Recorder. TUESDAY NIGHT, 8 P. banquet. GEORGE A.

AULT, Secretary. If you are the man we want you are undoubtedly chief assistant to an executive, supervising the movement of merchandise through a plant. You possibly have supervised the installation of machinery and have some knowledge of rubber. To the proper man we offer an opportunity with a future! (Not An Akron Company) Your reply will be kept confidential. Please reply with full information 88 to technical education and experience.

Write to Box R-5, Beacon Journal. WHY WAIT? We offer pleasant, healthy outdoor work on established routes. Bakeries Are Essential! Bread and Baked Goods Are Not Rationed GUARANTEED SALARY PLUS COMMISSION $40 WEEKLY TO START Apply NICKLES BAKERY 10 S. Valley 10 A. M.

To 6 P. LAUNDRY WASHMAN (Experienced) HIGHEST WAGES! Apply in person ALLEN CLEANERS 60 Willard st. MAN, with restaurant experience, to install and operate cafeteria service for plant employing 3000. Must be able to handle all phases of operation- -management, service, purchasing. menu planning.

Do not apply if now employed in wAr work. Apply to Box R-18. Beacon Journal FIRST-CLASS AUTO PAINTER TOP WAGES STEADY WORK Experienced Car Washer GOOD SALARY ALBERT CONN. INC. 1908 FRONT FALLS, WA-2171 MASSEUR Male, white; license not necessary, draft exempt; pleasant, agreeable personality; permanent position in leading men's club; very profitable financial arrangement.

Write Box R-15, Beacon Journal. RICHARD G. CARNES, 101 Yonker, Barberton-Free, 2 Colonial theater tickets for you. Just present this notice to the Beacon Journal before March 23. Read and use Beacon Journal want ads.

Your Daily Health Quiz How Many Quarts of Blood Has the Average Person? It is an accepted fact that normally we have 3 to 312 quarts of blood. Although our blood constitutes about of our body weight, most folks pay no attention to it whatsoever. When they feel tired or under the weather, they always blame it on something else Actually, at the first sign of fatigue, lack of energy, strength, or when you feel yourself slipping physically, check up on your blood right away. You know. if your blood is thin, pale and watery, and unable to feed the hungry tissues with life-giving oxygen, sickness and disorders set 10 more quickly.

But if blood is rich and bute, it contains chemical substances and cells capable of repairing damaged body tissues, and replenishing out strength and energy, So don't take chances. Do something about your blood today. Get a bottle of Boncquet pronounced Bon-Kay) Tablets. Here 15 an amazing new discovery, by an eminent biochemist, that is designed to build rich red fighting blood. It contains, in concentrated quantities, the raw materials so woefully lacking in the modern diet, and so urgendy needed by the body tissues the most important being the active principle of raw liver the red blood cell maruring factor), organic vegetable iron and other minerals, vitamin complex, fortified with pure crystalline vitamins and G.

and assimilable calcium and phosphorus. This "liver principle" 15 sometimes called anti-anemic substance. Try a bortle of Boncquet Tablets. If you wish. have your blood count taken by your physician before ind after this rest.

If you don't feel better, look better, and have peneral all -around improvement and most of all, show a marked increase in your red blood cell count your money will be cheerfully refunded. ALEXANDER HEALTH FOOD CENTER 28 S. HIGH ST. JE-8518.

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