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Now is the time to travel and save
money. Fares are extremely low
and round trip tickets mean further
savings Coaches are warm and well
ventilated. Baggage stored Inside
—always handy. Free pillows. Ask
agent for low fares to all points.
Cheyenne . 89.00
Chicago . 8.50
Denver . 9.00
Kansas City 7.20
San Kransico ........... 27.00
I.o« Angeles 27.00
H16 Douglas at I5lh St.
I*h ATIaniV 2.700
F0EUM3 I LEAP. PICKENS
New York City, Ap il 1(5 -Dean
Willinm Pickens, dire tor of bran
dies of the NAACP, 1 ft h c today:
n a two months leave of absen <•
to do lecture work for the C. S. i
Forums, under the ati n ’<■* of the
Office* of education, ”,n fi e coun
ties of South Caroli ’-i, with Col
umbia es headquar'e
Dean Pickens retu n»'d this week
from Seattle, Washi-jrton, where
he had teen on a nv n h’s le ' <• . f
absence le turing r»r the tt S.
Public Forums in Se-ttle. Dean
Pickens will return tr> +h" NAACP
work about June 10! %
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Association To Meet
Monday, April 25th
T* ... . i'" s an(| persons in
tore •• •! in tuherculosls t.hrnufh
r‘. (h t-te will father in Lio
> o'it tfond-i',> AnrM 2.’>, to a'tend
the "nmml meetinf ef th“ Nebr
aska ’I'liherf'ulosis As ociat'on.
A l*> oVlnei luncheon, under the
-u-ni es i f the Lincoln and Lan
• tev Countv Tuberculosis Asso
will ha he'd at the YWCA
wh< lie. Janies M. Reinhord will
disc ■ the cost of tuberculosis to
the : idivirlu-1 and the communit/.
Chr; turns Seal Sale and profram
will 1 ’ the theme of the afternoon
p uf o' P;> or o' the Ameri-j
can Me'ical Aso-iat'on, Chicafo.
wilt ' e the file I sneaker af the
6:30 dt*me" to he held at the Unj
ver ;,e club. The topic ef Pt'.
Rai” 's «ddre«s will he “Where
Do We Co From Here?”
I' ■, .!• hn F. Allen, president of
the Nebr’aka Tuberculosis Associ
nti' ii. will preside a> the ineetinf.
New divectors and officers will
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App’nsf Service Expense on t' e Frigidnire Mechanical I'n't
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day, in the handy Metcr-lee meter attached.
4. Regularly our representative will call and cell :e! yctfr rav
ings and apply them to your account.
8. As soon as the savings have paid for the Ftigidaire, we w": rrr.'l
you a Bill of Sale and remove the meter.
The new, silent Meter-Miser uses so little current you ervn
hardly hear it run—it actually saves up to 25^ MORE in
operating costs than ever before! Every tray in every model
Is a DOUBLE-EASY QUICKUBE TRAY that releases ice cubes
Instantly, without the bother and waste of melting under a
faucet. Many other marvelous, new features!
Song Police Guard American Music
-By Joseph R. Fliesler
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MOTION picture cameramen hied
themselves high in Radio City,
New York City, the other day to
the head offices of the "M-men,” the
American Society of Composers,
Authors and Publishers. "M-men’’
are a law-enforcing body, protecting
the music of American creators
The prime business of ASCAP, of
course, is to license the legal use of
musical works copyrighted by its
The cameramen wanted to know
all about the Society and its mem
bers for use in Pathe Parade, a cur
rent series of motion picture short
subjects on interesting topics, per
sonalities and events.
Several ASCAP composers agreed
to perform for the movie, including
George M. Cohan (1), "Over There";
Carrie Jacobs Bond (2), "Perfect
Day”; Hoagy Carmichael (3),
“Stardust”; Nat Shilkret (4),
“Jeanine, I Dream of Lilac Time”;
W. C. Handy (6), “St. Louis Blues”;
and Rodgers and Hart (11), “I’d
Rather Be Right".
Gene Buck, president of ASCAP
(7); E. C. Mills, chairman of the
Administrative Committee (8);
John G. Paine (9), General Man*
ager; a bust of Victor Herbert,
founder (5); and several of the
young ladies of the clerical staff
(10 and 12) are also seen in the
The “M-Men" are not shown—
they are investigators who do thq
field work and discover infringe*
Practically all recognized A inert*
can composers and authors are
members of ASCAP,
Horace Mann Bond
Made Dean At Fisk
'■ sliville. T0nn . 'n il 23 (ANT*
The Hoard of Trustees of Fisk
university held ;+s p""ub1 sprin -
meeting in President Jones’ office
•-> fUo p*'-'-ns en ' -r<1 11. Vor'
ous committees met Sa’ur'ay even
ing in preparation for the exeeu
five se-sion Mon ’ay.
The following off cars of th ■
Hoard were re-elected: Mr. Paul D
Oravath, chairman; L. Hollings
worth Wood, vice chairman, and
Charles E. Haydock, treasurer, al
cf New York City. Mrs. Charle
Wesley, professor of History a
Howard university, was elected a1’
secretary to succeed the late Dr
F. A. Stewart. Atty. James G
Oashin of Chicago was elected as
a new member to represent thr
General Alumni association.
Dr. Harold F. Smith, who has
held the pest of head <f the De
partment of Education and Direct
or of the Summer Sessif n since
1930, continues in the latter posi
tion, and was also appointed Re
gistrar and Director of the Lower
Division of the college. Dr. Hor
fo e Mann Bond, who has been Dean
rt Dillard university, comes to Pisk
as Head of the Department of Edu
cation. Dr. Carl M. White, who
has hcpp Librarian during the
pa-.t, four vears, has accepted the
®.emo position at the Universitv of
Month Carolina. Dr. Niel C. Van
Dosen of Columbia university has
teen appointed to fill this va"ancv.
The hoard endorsed a "cw athle
tic pnpcv in line wi*h *hst w rv*d
*n»«n*lv in a confo"en"e at Le
Mm'hp tv the heads rf the A. M. A
yp»p colhges. This -ew policv
provides that there “hall be no
'■-outing of rl"ypns- that not mor
than seven football games shal1
he olaved ef\,-h vear. and that there
“hall He no attemnt. direr* lv or in
directly. to declare a championship •
that no individual mav participate
in interooleviste ath'eties for mor*
that, four vears and that the name*
of all candidate* for teams o* pec'
-port, be submitted to a centr-’
°uthori*v one week previ-"* *n th
fir*t intercollegiate athletic con
Tn thP absence of Pres:deo*
Tone*, vho with Mrs. .To"os «pil
f er A fricP Or) ApHl 91, the VIC"
<*bj«irm*n cf 1 he board, I.. Ho 1 *”
wertli Wood. wrill officiate -♦ th
cfr’iiencrment exercises on dune 8
«r>d 'tvnni the diplomas to the
On Mondav afternoon t^e Tru -
*erR met with administrative and,
personnel officers fer a ®urrey of •
*he life and a-tiviti'* of the col-|
leges. The next rre:,*r e w*l’ be j
eriv jr December in New Yorv
Trill modernize your home j
Give your home the trim prosperous appearance oi
face brick by applying Bird Art-Bric Siding right over
the old, weather beaten frame building.
\rt-Bric Siding is a real economy. It is extremely mod
rrate in first cost, tl.erc is no upkeep as your home no
longer needs to be painted, it is an added safeguard
against fire and your home is
Jird Art-Bric Siding is made in
Let I’S show You Bird Brie Jobs
in Your Own Neighborhood.
1 to 3 Years to Pay
Wc Arrange All I»e ails. Material.
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[ We Buy Old Cold
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
We Loan Money on Everythin*
Gross Jewel: y
and Loan Co.
Corner 24th and Erskine
2414 No. 24th St. On&ha. Nebr.
j New Cleaning ;
Any Two 90c Items . St.25 ;
1 3-Piero Suit . $ .751
2 3-Piece Suits .. 1.25 t
1 3-Piece Suit
I Ladies' Plain Dress . ... $1 2.r. 1
! I Men’s 3-Piece Suit ?
| 1 Top Coat . $1.25 I
j 2 Ladies’ Plain Dresses .... $1.25 |
f 1 3-Piece Suit . »
* 1 Felt Hat ... $1.00 f
i 1 3 Piece Suit
f 12 Neeklies . $1.25
j 1 4-Piece Suit . $1.15
| 1 Pair Pants. 40c
j 2 Pair Pants . 75c ■
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