Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 12, 1935 · Page 1
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W- ' V' ' > , ' i rA,!;^:w«^^%,;>v ? ., / TO r ^ r: s^« t-y ,• ' • '"'*''-v%/ 4 s*'\'- '''" ' : ' [•' •> -'? ';H?^¥ ft« tt f liflw AHtfhit* to do M, It I* going <* li In the <Uy% to eWM.- Boost-Volt. ' < •' i HOPE, ARKANSAS, , DJ5GEMBER 1.2. 1986 tt«r ot Hot* 1809; Pfe*», 1S2f; Consolidated January J», l»flfl, PROW MOVE Here and There -Editorial By ALSX, H. WASHIMJBN- ffi; ENJOIN THE red-haired boy stood on-a bank corner in Hope Thurs 1 day morning and nhouted loud and long at a curious, grinning crowd. At first it was a self-conscious audience, shuffling uneasily and looking about, but the youthful speaker swung into hia prohibition theme and began to hold them— the boy WHS good. Another street-evangelist traveling —. . !..;. , $ through the country-side. His words ^ , , poiiilded through the closed windows County Council of flempstead Clubs Is Attended by 75 Allen and Hopewell Demonstration Groups Are Hostess Clubs PLAN YEAR'S WORK Each Club Assigned Demonstration Program One Month of 1936 Tlie home demonstration club women of Hempstcncl county met December 6 at the First Baptist church in Hope for their regular December council meeting, with Allen and Hopewell clubs as joint hostess. The total attendance for the day was 75, with 15 visitors. The following sever, clubs were represented: Allen, Hopewell, Patmw - Hint on, Centcrville, Columbus, Bright Star, iiixd Shovcr Springs. . . , Tlie council opened at 10 o'clock with the president, Mrs. C. R. White of Columbus, presiding. After the house was called to order, the song, "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing," was sithg. The Rev. W. R. Rogers, pastor of First Baptist church of Hope, then gave the devotional. ,..;•'• J Thc welcome to the clubs..was'vfflyun. Mrs.' Jesjp'Ariderson of the Hope-* 'Vi'cll club, and Miss Vclmn A If ord, Assistant Home Demonstration Agent gave the response on behalf of' the council. Miss Mary Louise Keith then sang "Trees," accompanied by Miss Harriet Story. This was followed b>" a very appropriate Christmas story,. "The Gift of the Magi," read by Mrs. Frank R. Stanley of Hope. Frances Snyder sang ''Oh Little Town of Bethlehem." accompanied by Miss Story. Alice Hay ton of the Allen club read a humorous poem entitled "The Night After Christmas." A Christmas pageant portraying tho birth of Christ and the visit of the Wi.sc men and shepherds, was given by the Allen club members. Vera Fowler of Hopcwcll club read a Christmas poem. Mrs. T. B. Fenwick of the Allen club read "The Little Match Girl," n story thnt everyone love.s at Christmas time. Sessions Combined Because, of the bad weather, it was voted to combine the program and business meeting, and have both in the morning so that tho council could bo dismissed after luncheon. Tin; business meeting was opened by the president. The club Scrap Books were first handed in. Then the president selected a nomination committee composed of Mr.s. B. M. Jones of Allen Club as Chairman, Mrs. Johnson nf Columbus, and Mrs. C, E, Boyco of Bright Star, to nominate new officers for the next two years. Tho women were nominated and unanimously elected to their respective places: They are: ^' . J re.sitlent.*"Mr.s. Eugeno Goodlett of n; Vieet-Presidenl, Mrs. O. A. Mc- glil of Bright Star; Secretary, Mrs. Lee Garland of Allen Club; Reporter. Mrs. W. E. Elmore of Washington, The, minutes of the September meeting were read by Miss Griffin, and approved by the President. Miss Griffin called the roll ni;xt. Patrnos- Hinton Club, with twelve women i 11 ;-.y # Xnig • ^(Continued ou page thnxj) •.FLAPPER FANNY $AYS : HE3. U. ». PAT. OFf. Any you UK artist caa produce a masterpiece palming * rosy future, find Into the vaulted recesses of the bank. Morality preached'In the street by a passer-by. In the bank, tho cash reserves of the (several generations .of men and •women who have inhabited HeVnpstcad county. They must have been pretty goo'd men and women, for 'H Is an axiom that sound business and sound morality,go hand In hand. .•• t was disgusted with myself. I was getting smug, 1 was quite satisfied with myself, with my town, and with the gospel of kccping-thinKs-as- they-are. I thought: We have all become Pharisees, professional wearers of a satisfied look, and here is a stranger storming our gates with vigorous language, and we treat him as cynically as; the Pharisees of old treated the prophet come amongst them from a far land. A professional man went by under the window just then. I raised it suddenly and hollered down between two bank tellers, "Hey, stop and get a load of this!" "Somebody," said the professional man. "ought to throw a can of dynamite out there." XXX But the red-headed boy haranguing the street-crowd paused for breath just, then, licked his lips, grinned, and star.ted off afresh. That got mo—and I settled down to listen. Alas, it was no new story., He was damning the liquor traffic, with all the vigor of inspired youth—but on how to control it. in this practical world full of politicians.and guileful men, he said nothing. I sighed, and shut the bank window again, for tlie speaker was beginning to lose his crowd. What, I asked myself, was .wrong withl '-Jhc whole prohibition controversy? "Every; campaign has/tlio earmarks of, the same behavior r.bbserv- cd in the crowd under that bunk window: ^Speakers find something to attack; people, loving a controversy, gather around and listen intently for a while—and then tho issue trails off disappointingly. U is an anti-climax. Some element, of true drama is missing. And. I thought of the definition s-'ome Frenchman gave for drama. It is this: You get a man up a tret-; you throV,' stones nt him—and then after ,a while you get him down out of tho tree. The extreme position taken by prohibitionists puts a man up a tree all right—but In such a manner that he can't, be 'gotten down attain, We started off'years ago to wipe out the saloons. That was possible. [Holiday Shopping ; Seasonls Opened Thursday in Hope Local Stores Decorate Windows for Christmas Holiday Trade ONLY 10 DAYS LEFT Downtown Parade, With Comic-Giants, to Be Feature Wednesday The Yuletide shopping season officially opened in Hope Thursday, the start of what merchants predict may bo the greatest Christmas season in years. The Star Thursday is presenting to Southwest Arkansas rtadttrs a 12- page Christmas edition, filled with attractive bargain offers and gift suggestions from many Hope merchants. Local stores have decorated elaborate Christmas windows in honor of the formal opening. With only 10 more shopping days, many stores will conduct special sales for, the Christmas buying season. • J. K. Sale, chairman of the Christmas parade committee, announced Thursday that all organizations, children or individuals wishing to enter the parade to be held next Wednesday, December 18, to get in touch with |he committee. : Besides Mr. Sale the committee is Composed of: Fred Gray, A. E. Stonc- Bulletins Moffjcntlmti denied Thursday (hat Ihc United States had slopped purchasing silver. He aw*md; v he bought the metal every day this, \veck. "I am continuing to carry , A i. ci ^ A- n/r •« ' f Assert Sanctions May Be Frerich Hint Death of Boycott Unless Ethiopia Recedes out (he mandate of the silver purchase act," Morgvnthau saJd. WA.SIDNGfON'.—(/p) —, General Cu'mmin/js asked the fed- eiW 'court .Thursday "for practical' arid legal reasons" to delay action; " on constitutional challenges of. the; Abandoned Unless Peace i Plan Is Accepted ETHIOPIANS MARCH on c«nsuona caenjfes of. the;'i - C A .n./j,, ,-. .. ., New Deal's, utility. Uw hy seyeii', .ioO,OOQ Preparing t0 At- ' holding companies.. • .' — ___J_' , .''.;•>: i WISE. Va.~(/p)-Jud«*, ; ft .A! ; Skeen Thursday denied a new trial' for Edith Maxwell, 21, teacher, sentenced to 25 years in prlwm ft» . tho murder of her father. ''AtlsV Maxwell broke into tears when', Judge Skecn announced his. de- . Goodfellows Fund Reaches tacly Italians on the .'.y< ;'&puthern Front .'• PAjUS/France—(VP)—French sources .THursday. raised the possibility that 'sanctions against Italy might be abandoned if Emperor Haile Selassie of 'Ethiopia' rejects tlie Franco-British plan for peacw between Italy and Ethiopia. " ......Of f icials, awaiting his- formal reply indicated that France and Great 'j Britain would seek to persuade the Ethiopian/monarch to accept negotia- on the basis of their plan. and Terrell Cornelius. |. Gigantic comic heads, similar to the type used in large Eastern cities will be part of the parade feature, which is being sponsored by the Young Business Men's association of Hope. Dec- prated floats will be entered by various civic organizations. Santa Claus )vill participate. : Cash awards will be made for the finest float, for ,,U\q,V best costun^d ' i,n- character and, r _^_ • dividual entrant^ 'OUioX 7eaturp»'^rc planned to make ttie 'paraw'e :ohe?'of the most outstanding ever held in Hope. ..',•' Rioters Threaten British in Egypt Native Patriots Strike at Cabinet, Forcing Out English Allies PI—Lead Rioters Threaten, CAIRO, Egypt.—(Copyright Associated Press)—King Fuad. signed n royal decree Thursday restoring constitu- _ v __ ,„,,..,.,. tional government to Egypt. BuTTrpm thai" We "advanced" to the! GrCHl B ™t«Jn consented to Egypt's thuory that we .could eliminate liquor itsOlf;. And that's impossible. EarthTs Round, as Photos Prove Stratosphere Pictures Taken From an Elevation of 14 Miles WASHINGTON —iVJ')— New visual proof that the world is round, shown in a stratosphere picture snapped at almcst 14 miles above the earth's suv- face, was displayed Wednesday night by tho National Geographic Society, Capt. Albert W. Elevens of the Army Air Corps, co-sponsor of the stratosphere flgiht of November 11, showed lor she first time still and motion pictures taken from the baloon's record- making ceiling. Society officials said that the.se pictures and other scientific data obtained outrank in importance the setting of the altitude record. Stevens comman^r of the flight, and his pilot, Capt. Orvil A. Andui were awarded at (ho exhibition the Hubbard 'medals of tho Geographic Society "for distinguished achievement in .s-ciontifjc research." One VanSweringen Brother Succumbs M. J... Associated With 0. P, in Missouri Pacific Control, Dies CLEVELAND, Ohio - i7f>) — M. J. VanSworingi'n, who with hi.s brother O. P. j-osu from obacim. 1 poverty to build a great rail empire, died in u hospital here Thursday after several months' illness. The first intimation that VonSwor- iug«u was ill CHJUO during a hoarinu several weeks ago over tho reorgau- i'/ution of the Missouri Pacific, which if controlled by the VanSweringen brothers. Rockwell Keait. the artist-autUor. was b'irij tit Tarry town Heights, N. y in 18S2. return to the self-government form of the suspended 1933 constitution after a persistent campaign. 'nationalist anti-British Rioters Force Issue CAIRO, Egypt —(A 1 )— Now street riots broke out in Cairo Wednesday night, in spite of the announcement that tho cabinet of Premier Tewfik Nessim Pasha had bowed to nationalist anti-British pressure and decided to resign. Crowds smashed 10 street cars, burning two, stoned a gas station, and wrecked street lumps in a fresh outbreak of tlie anti-British disorders which have caused a half-dozen clealhs in recent weeks. King Fuad, ruler of this nominally independent kingdom, was believed to have no alternative but to supplant the present docile instrument of the British umpire with a united and aggressive anti-British government, Nessim and his ministers will resign. Airport radio transmitting is nor- Thursday's Report Carries! Christmas Drive Neaiv er Goal of $200 The goodfellows Christmas Cheer Fund reached $139.75 Thursday on'the third tabulation reported by J. K, Sale, heading an American Legion committee soliciting'funds for .needy Hope families'. .',,•• v .v c : The goal set by the Legion copi- mittec is ?200. . '.>;• \' Thursday's report: ..'"'' Previously acknowledged ' '..?101.i> W. H. A. Snykcr 1.00 Steve Carrigan ; ...!....:..... '100' J. A. feavis _ ;,.. 1.00 J. C. Penney Co , 2.50 E. A. Morsahi ..<£..„.!... '. 1.00 Saeoger Theatcrji,.,,,...,.-. :.....,.„..,. l$» W. W. Comptdn ..,.,,.„; :.}, '.,.:,' .P» Dbrsey MeHae :.;.......-,,......;...U,;...i,. ; : ijt C. H. Crutchfieia ........I...:..............-.-"Itfl L. F. Higgason : '.•:.-...'. ' -50 L. M, Boswell .'.:..:.... J50 Boswell & Higgason .50 X. B. Miller jj:.'.; :' iSO Hobbs Grocery Co. ..: :.:......- 1.00 Cash :.: ; '. ' .50 S. M. Sutton .50' R, V. Stephen-son Gro : 1.00 R. V. Herndon .60 Cash : .' - .' '.75 Cash • ,50 Cash .......' :.. 1,00 Max Cox .-. 1.00 Southorn Creameries ;.. 1.00 C. W. Tarpley '. : '... .50 - ~ ' ;.'....'..'' '.50 '....; •' '.50 ...'. ;..:.:... : .50' .....:.';, '.50 ;.•.._:.:•', .50 .';..'..•.•'•..-.25 ;.:..• : -.so B. Springs Roy Crainc Tom Coleman ... Fred Lcc ........... B. R. Hn'mrn '... W. O. Shipley .. A. H, Wade J. R. Henry Joo Rider' ........ : ......... ; ......... '. ...... .......'...:.'.' ;50' Wade Warren ........ .:..:..: ............ .' ..... ....:. .25 Cash ..... ••. .................................................... 25 F. R. Johnson ....................................... .50 Goorgo W. Schooley ........................ 1.00 Sommervlllo Motor Freight 25 Jettt Williams .................... ................. 25 Grovcr Ward ........................................ 1.00 Edna Jones ............................................. 50 Editor Slain by Gang Bullets Ethiopians to Attack ^ ITALIA ^ T *°™ s AT on the Somahland-Ethiopian Border-^Copyright Associated Press) —Italy's southern armies prepared! Thursday for the big push against' theirlines by Has Desta Demtu, Emperor- Selossie's son-in-law. : -Scouts .indicated that Desta is massing 150.000 Ethiopians at the headwaters, of the Juba river and has inspired them to an almost berserk war frenzy. -••'.• British King Active LONDON, . Eng.—(XPV- Strong re- port-«j that King Georgc'had intervened personally with the government to force through the Anglo-French proposals for peace between Italy and Ethiopia circulated Thursday in diplo- 'matic circles, • . • -The • king is understood to have been gravely'-concerned lest the Italo- ?£lhibpian 'crisisi develop Into a Euro- '' --'-'--' ••-- : • '- Mrs. Frank Hicks 1.00 '.Little Nations GENEVA, Switzerland-^P)—Oppo- ••'•ition .to any big consesslon to Italy at th'd! expense of Ethiopia's sovereintyg .took : form'among smaller powers; of tho 'League of Nations Wednesday night. It came on the eve of a ses- sion'of a committee meeting to consider an oil embargo against Italy. • Russians, Turks, Bulgarians, Finns, Chechoslovakians and delegates from the Scandinavian countries were said to be among those opposing any sacrifice of Ethiopia or League principles, ...A .delegate .said that the Little Entente .and (he Balkan Entente certainly |would protest if there is any ; flagrant disreord of the League cov- enantTrwhich the smaller powers regard, as. their insurance against aggression/ . 'The.'League was'nettled because it 'was'ignored by France and Great Britain, which did not send Geneva the texi of the African peace proposal, , An Italian spokesman .said he anticipated that for the present no date for oil sanctions would be fixed. , Tho League's General Staff on sanctions completed a report Wednesday night indicating that sanctions are functioning well. TOP—Walter W. Liggett, editor of a Minneapolis.'(Minn.) weekly newspaper who was assassinated this week, is shown here with his wife as they made,a recent court appearance, Mrs. Liggett was With her husband'when, ho was'shot down. BIGHT—Is a d o re BluinenfeW, shown here, was,identified .by-Mrs. Liggett as her husband's • slayer. Blumeiifcld also had been a suspect in the Urschrf kidnaping case, but was exonerated. t Powers Stand Pat Against Japanese U. S., British, Italians, French Oppose Plea for Naval Parity LONDON, Eng.—(Copyright Associated Press)—Japan's demand for equality in naval strength was rejected at the international naval conference Thursday by. four other great nayal powers and ,the British dominions. ' . v The American; British and Italian delegates rejected : the Japanese:. proposal, and had the support of the British dominions, while France expressed opposition chiefly on the grounds of procedure. Cotton Belt Line Pleads Bankruptcy P.-T, A. in Appeal 1 ifor jBenefit Sale • Handling,' : Pr6ceeds to Joe L. Lasetcr .................................... 40 K. G. Hamilton George M. Green '.. J. E. Walker .'... ,50 .50 .50 Cash 15 Ten nations have notified the League Mrs. Geo. W. Robison WO' Ralph Bailey 50 Piggly Wiggly 1.50 B. L. Wellborn 1.00 J. E. Bearden 1.00 B. C. Hollis 1 ,. 1.00 George Northcott 23 Total $139.75 AithouBh the oil sanction is sched- j Admits Inability to Meet i~. („„ ,),„„.,„.,,„„ Th,.^ a ,, .,«.^,._ _ _ jyjjjjj ong j n jy[ a j- urm g Obligations ST. LOUIS, Mo.—(#>)—A voluntary discussion Thursday, apparently no action will be taken until j tho Anglo-French peace formula sit- j uation is straightened out. they are ready to add oil, coal, iron and steel to the list of sanctions against Italy. They are Russia, Roumania, Argentina, Irak, Finland, New petition in bankruptcy was filed in federal court Thursday by the St. Louis, Southwestern & Cotton Belt Railway, Air prelieters used on aircraft pre- mally conducted on the national air-i vent the formation of ice in the carport frequency of 278 kilocycles. . buretor and around tho throttle valve.! Ethiopian peace plan. Zealand, The Netherlands, Siam, In- Tho petition admitted inability to Hia and Czechoslovakia. nlec , $24,058,992 in matured and ma- Thc menacing situation in Egypt taring obligations. The road asked and a desire by Britain and France |,i 10 court to take jurisdiction over its to reestablish quickly friendly rela- j property and affairs. (ions with Italy were said to be out-. m , standing reasons why London and j Paris quickly drafted a new Italo- Beginning Today THE STAR will run a series of nine articles on safe aiid sensible driving. The series'is based on the helpful hints of a great many experienced drivers, automotive engineers and mechanics and is called appropriately, "We Drivers." It has been widely commented upon by safety experts, police officials and motorvehicle coin- missions. THE STAR is carrying this series with the hope that it will be interesting to'its ear driving readers and as its contribution toward Making Our Highways Safer Cnglish Ualtle at Home LONDON, Eng.—(/P)—Great Britain put oil sanctions temporarily on the thelf and turned to the League of Nation/* for action on a new Anglo- French pence plan in the face of press disapproval and suspicion Wednesday night. Anthnny Eden. miniMer for League (Continued on page three) J. E. Srnitri,38, Is Dead at Patmos Polygamist Found Guilty in Arizona Tlie P.-T.•, A. Ejichange, in. the old Rephan building at Second and Main streets, sent out an appeal -Thursday for articles to be sold by,the exchange The public wishing to dispose of any article, may bring it to tho exchange. After it is sold 20 per cent will be deducted as a sale charge. Proceeds from these sales will be used in P.-T. A. work. U. S. Is Criticized by Cuban Liberals But Island Government Is Unable to Decide on Temporary President HAVANA, Cuba-W—The Cuban Council of State met Wednesday night, but election of a provisional president to succeed President Carlos de Mendieta was postponed until Thursday, The acting president is Jose A. Barnet, 71, secretary of state, who took over the office automatically Tuesday •«r 01 nt. -LI ! n 'S nt when President Mandieta re- \ ear-benience rOSSlble signed to facilitate the holding of pres- —Prisoner Lays It to id s? lU . al e }?ciiorx. — — - - J Carlos Manuel de la Cruz, presidential candidate 011 the Liberal party ticket, issued a statement in which he accused the United States government |. His Religion Wednesday Afternoon •--•"•-=-•••• '1 Spencer. "My father J. Ernest Smith. 38. died Tuesday at i wt ' nt lo J^'l for the same thing in his home in Fatmos following a longjl'iah many years ago." KINGMAN, Ari. — reached a verdict in four hours.late ! cf interference in Cuban politics. He Wednesday convicting I. C. Spencer j criticized the recent plan worked out of "open and notorious cohabitation" to reconcile political differences in for hi.' polygamous life at a strange i Cuba by Dr. Harold Willis Doclds of cu)t in isolated Short Creek, Ari. ' Princeton University, who was in- '.'poneer, father of 13 children by two ! vitcd to Havana by tho Cuban gov- wives, was the first cf three persons i eminent. from that community, 400 miles away, i Gen. Bario G. Mcnocal, heud of the t-j be tried. No recommendation as to ' Meaocalista party, which forced th? resignation of Mcndieta byb refusing to participate in elections, wid Mcii- dieta's action was "a gesture of tho Howard Coiint| Referendum pel to In junction F. E. Mulkey Appeal^ cuit Court Case to Supreme Court FINALS ON NEVAD *a Nevada Official Shows 483 '/Dry*' and 435 "Wet" LITTLE 1 ROCK —(/P>— Ch^scei Frank Dodge granted a tempora restraining order here Thursday,, F. E. Mulkey, of Nashville, to ! pt. r . nibit the state'revenue commissioner.! from closing his liquor store pendlngtl the outcome of a supreme court suit* testing the validity 6f the Howap county liquor referendum. < •',. , Mulkey appealed from a^Howar circuit'court decree which affirmed j order of the county court in, call the liquor election. * \*c>-,«, xl The liquor store operator contended^ that the county coUrt~order wast void* because it was not issued at a regular^ term of court. f< ^^v He contended that the petition cori j "i<' taming 1,228 names asking a vote on?. 1 . the liquor question was invalids on'lf, the grounds that the postoffice ,ad-V^ dresses and voting precincts ofitti&reMf) than a third of the signers were writ-^3 ! ten in by other parties. !|te suit charged that the date ot the proposed'} 3 ;, election, was placed on the petition,"* jrfter many signatures were obtained. Mulkey's application for an injunc-V tion to prevent the closing of his. store" Saturday night was denied ville Wednesday by Circuit Judge A, j * P. Steel. Mulkey sought to continue^ f business operations until, the supreme^ court decision, is handed down, v r 4 < '> V 4 •18 Margin in Nevada, -PRESCOTT, Ark.-rPJro}}ibit.ioafo tn Nevada county" Tuesday's showed ;Thursday, ' • The official count' gaveil/483 against*"-* the sale of liquor, and 435 for liquor- ',' sales. •, Two precincts, Union Church, and Leake township, were the last'tofijf report. Both were wet. The vole: 4 Union box, 10 wet and 9 dry, Leake Towj.'ship; 15 wet and 5 dry, Eleven absentee ballots included jn<, the' official canvass Thursday showed)* 9 wet and 2 dry- - ' Nevada is the second southwest Arkansas county to ballot op 'tlie liquor question. Howard countjHyoted dry in September. \ ^, , Italy Getting Oil From Texas Ports Shipments From Gulf Points Running Double Normal Business DALLAS, Texas — (/P) — Increased shipments of oil for Italy, continue to leave Texas' Gulf ports. At Corpus Christi, approximately 1,. 000,000 barrels of crude oil, almost twice tho amount for any similar period, have been shipped to Italy since October 1. Corpus Christi records show 300,000 barrels of crude are scheduled to leave that port for Italy within the week, Tlie Houston Port Commission reported shipment of 11,143 tons of crude in September against none for the same month of 1934. Gasoline shipments are 18 times over the 1934 figures for the first 10 months of this year, and 195,000 barrels of fuel oil were moved .in August and SeptemXI: Capt. C. Bonnano, master of the Italian tanker, Trottier, docked at Cw- ws Christi, said his vessel had been. „ chartered by the Italian government 0 transport oil for naval operations. The company has a contract with the .talian government to furnish oil sup- ilies in 1936. Corpus Christi reported the expect;1 call of three other Italian vessels vithin this month to take on more crude oil. Two Italian tankers are locked at Port Avansas. J | tO Loilg IllneSSi *entence was made. Three years im- IViinm-al Hol/1 Thpt-P Prisonment is possible. i unei ai neid j nei e : ,.j havc a ck , al . conKciL . nco bccausc l I have bei.Mi following the dictates ot my I n'ligion " said Sjiencer. illness. Funeral and burial services were i held at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday ut Put- mos in charge of the Rev. George Lafferty. pastor of the Christian church there. 'Surviving are his widow, two sons. Tilman and Dale Smith of Patmos. and a daughter. Opal Smith. John F. Barlow, bishop of the Short Creek t-'Ult, declored: "W most noble aud patj-iotic quality." Col. Fulgcncio Batista, chief of the army, called Mendleta's action a "generous, unselfish but lamentable gesture." Tlie names of four men from whom prepared to take this case , the provisional president may b^ clios- to tlie United States Supreme Court if en were discussed. •iccL-ssury. 1 ' , Tliey are Bt-rnvt; Andres DoniiiiKO -- —»•»•«.•- — y Morales del CusUHo. .secretary uf The capital of BaluchisUm, Kalat, i.s | justice and acting secretary of tht- in- ^oiisidcrud the most picturesque fort- ' terior, and Lconai'do Auaya Murillo, •ess iu the Baluch highlunds. ( secretary of education.

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