no longer jody november 6 1933

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no longer jody november 6 1933 - if local order. death has strike, A tniek milk...
if local order. death has strike, A tniek milk was telephone apparently officials of sabotage NRA Attacks Hugh S. Sunday away have NRA program. statrcd prevented went to Limited. transport for that will Moincs. Fort the campaign Senator Sunday and enforcement laws to exploitation" of on declared "in fact, by experts." more the controlling confront high beyond If it would instead are in the monopolies, wings of in a act in last that through was and was desire to | "essential of the from means suffering women winter of A queer prank of Futo Kent two prominent KuropeaiiH to a, hospf- tul following tut auto crash on a Chicago boulevard after they had trayelcd thousands of. miles in safely on the (!ra£ Zeppelin. Their three-wheeled car, .shown at top, was wrecked as they rushed to catch a plane for Akron to hoard tho Zeppelin on Its return voyage. Col. William Forbos-Scmpill, left below, of Scotland, and Charles Dolll'iiss, right, of Paris, were injured seriously, and,their driver, P. C. Turner of. Birmingham, center, was killed in tile wreck. White Bound Over on Forgery Count His Arrest Is Followed by Inquiries From Other Cities $47 ] crippled children lo and the of Ben While, arrested here several days ago after forging a $30 check at the J. C. Penney store, waived preliminary examination in municipal court Monday and was bound over to the grand jury. White is charged with forgery and utcring. Bond was fixed at §500. Since White's arrest, letlcrs from several Arkansas towns where he is alleged to have forged checks have been received by Chief of Police Clarence E. Baker. Curly Moore and Bezley (Jack) Noble, negroes, charged with burglary ind grand larceny growing out of the Lion oil station robbery at Third and Elm streets several days ago, waived preliminary examination Monday and were bound over to the grand jury. Bail for the two negroes was fixed at $300 each. Loot taken in the holdup including ,-' battery, tools, a pair of trousers and shoes and a small amount of currency. Most of it has been recovered. Noble is a former imployc of the oil depot. Results of other cases on docket: , Mike Schlcmmer. disturbing the peace; posted $11 cast bond and did not appear for trial. Elford Schuch, disturbing the peace; posted $11 cash bond and failed to appear. F. J. Sutton, drunkenness; posted cash bond of §fi. He failed to appear for trial. O. H. Williams, drunkenness) fined S5 and costs. William Henry Marshall, assault with a deadly weapon; fined $. r )0 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail. The prison sentence was suspended during good behavior. Marshall was (.-divided for beating up Joe Smith. Smith declared that Marshall attacked him with an axe, inflicting a deep scalp Nyound. Willie Thomas, assault and battery; fined $10 and costs. William Henry Jackson, possessing intoxicating liquor; fined $50 and cosls. A notice for an appeal to circuit court was filed. Bond for Jackson was placed at $110.00. The case of J. C. Bardwell, charged with assault and battery was being heard Monday afternoon. George Northcott, charged with using artificial fishing bait in violation of the Arkansas game and fish laws, was to go on trial Monday afternoon. Kent Home With 5-Pojnt Antlers Permit Too Costly in Utah, So They Hunted in Nevada Instead J. H. Kent, big game hunter, returned home last week-end with "the goods.'' Returning from a three-weeks trip in the Rockies, last Friday, Mr. Kent was in The Star office showing off a five-point antlers from a 200-pound black-tailed buck he shot. That he did not have the black tail as a souvenir also, was due, he said, to Hie fact that a torn cat got it when he wasn't looking. Mr. Kent joined his "baby brother," L. C. Kent, at the hitter's home in Las Vegas, Nev.. where the hunting party was made up. They planned originally to state the hunt in Utah, said Mr. Kent, but Ihisc boys over there thought we must be Mr. Prosperity, for they wanted to charge us ?25 for a permit. and $5 per guide, and $5 for the guid's horse. So we decided to go hunting in Nevada — and ihey pronounce it Na-vada." chairman, Ferdinand other Farley's major LaCuardia. P. into a bitterest city overthrown Asserting O'Brien Guardia, O'Brien would will give government and of He Smith in as Manhattan. and all announced managed Democratic 1924 and soul so bet.t— West. Mrs. Pearl Tayl inl reliretenltilive <y RICHARD HUDNUT NEW YORK PARIS That and di- j decretal Hempstead o-i D. lu;;,i then L. Carter C. C. under- Court, vendue to door Courthouse, in the' hours ! sales, December, | described ' of ! of i Town- | Range BARRY BEAUTY CONSULTANT is with us this week — at our toilet goods section— to tell about the care of the skin by the DU BARRY Method. Each stop of a DuBarry Treatment will be thoroughly explained, so that you may follow the Treatment in your Home. are professional methods brought right to your dressing table. .U/'.s-. Taijlor inll (tln<> ijirc i/ou u »i(tk<'-i<i> hint* thai trill enable i/ou to 119 Ask Wave Christmas. • W. Fully

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