Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 19, 1935 · Page 1
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Hope Ml'f'^ "•' ?' '' ' - 4 ' 1 - / !*•'-,, '' ' l' ,' S ?Vl* ,> -'''^ f^v.'n »*?*^^ - ' ' '" >••'-'- .'* " ' yCttfflNto 3T—NUMBER 68 (A I')—Moans AHRddntoil I (NKA)— MCIUIH Newspaper HOPE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1935 Consolidate*! January 18j 1920; Htrtr of IIopu 1S99; Trcfs, I937i Here artd There 'Editorial By ALRt. H. WASHBtntN- Thos.R.King,68, Former Manager of Handle Co. Dies P ERTINENT to these times in an article on the relationship of the newspapers and the churches, by Frederick Ward Kates in the current issue of the Southern Churchman (Episcopal). It is a comment on the recent speech before the Methodist conference at Newbiirgh, N, Y., of Frank E. Gannett, a director of the Associated Pi*ess, and owner of the third largest newspaper system in America.. _ <$ jj r< Gnnnett's speech, says the Churchman's article, indicates: I ''That no belief is more crron- j eous than one found too commonly l among the clergy that all newspaper editors and publishers arc the arch-cncmics of every good and fine effort toward moral Improvement, increasing of religion, and supporting those values and things which every loyal Christian American citizen enthusiastically endorses. "Nq Gannett newspaper, for example, accepts any. liquor advertising, though such .advertising is a source of ready cash income for any publisher. Mr. Gannett realizes the power of advertising which in his recent Newburg address he described as 'one of the most powerful forces in the world today.' " XXX The Churchman quotes this significant portion of Mr. Gannett's address: "It (advertising) can sell ideas as well as goods and services. The liquor problem could have bec;i solved in a decade if a tenth purl of the money that has been spent to take care of the tragic, final products of the liquor traffic, both illicit and" legalized, had bcc'n spent in a great nation-wide advertising campaign, making use of all the potent .mediums and appeals the science and art of advertising have developed." XXX Hope Star deals in action—not words. And ; it's comforting to know I hat the third largest newspaper system •nn<1 >r>r>jc yory important" .sections of' the churcfi feel*the same-way we do. Drops Dead of Heart Attack Returning Home From Christmas Parade HERE FOR 35 YEARS Ill-Fated British Peace Plan Hoped to "Save League" That's WhyTlt Was At-'l tqmpted, Though It Cost ! Hoare Cabinet Post i ETH1OPIAN~V1CTORY? j Northern Front Victory Is) Claimed in Message to ! Addis Ababa i NORANSO Bulletins Barbara Hutton Warned,as Her Vast Fortune Shrinks Rapidly Operated Split Hickory Factory, Was Authority on Pecan Culture Thomas Rhodes King, 68. we" known Hempstcud county man, died suddenly late Wednesday at his home, 103 West Avenue C. Death occurred soon after he returned home from witnessing a Christmas parade in downtown Hope. Denth was caused by n heiirt attack. :.* Bjrn at Commerce, Mo., he moved to (Kentucky when a young man, coming to Hope from Lewisvillo 35 years ngo. During his residence here Mr. King organized and owned a number : of business enterprises. For many years he was manager of Ivory Handle company, now known as the Bruner-Ivory Handle company. For tho past several years Mr. King owned and japp'rat^f} Jhc Split Ifjckory factory of Hope. He was an authority on the prow- ing and shipping of pecans, owning n pecan orchard near Hope. Funeral services were to be held at 4 p. m. Thursday from thc family residence with tho Kev. Thomas Brewster. pastor of First Presbyterian church, officiating. Active pallbearers: J. K. Sale, Comer Boyclt, Robert LaGrone, Charles Roulon, Pat Casey, Thomns Boyett. Evan Wrny. | Honorary pallbearers: Dr. J. , A, j Henry. Arch Moore, C. S. Lowthorp. Dr. Charles A. Chainplin, W. P, Agee, Joe Houston, Jim Gorin and Dr. P. B. Carrigan. Surviving arc hi.s widow; one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Dildy of Hope; a son, Harold King, connected with the Dnl- las office of the Associated Press; and a granddaughter, Marjoric Dildy, of Hope. Benes New Head of Czechoslovakia Succeeds M.asaryk, Resigned First President of the Republic PRAHA, Czechoslovakia — (/P) — C/echosl;>viikiJi. elevated to its presidency Wednesday Eduaid Benes, 50, diplomat and di.sciplc of Dr. Thomas G, Masaryk, who resigned Saturday because of advance age. Benes. only foreign minister the re- r-.uhlic has had since its establishment following Ihe World war, WHS elected Ihe nation's second president by the National Assembly. He received 340 votes to 24 for Prof. B-ihumil Nemcc, ciindidtite of the Czech Agrarian parly, who withdrew Tuesday. Benes WHS opposed by the German j f.udetcn parly, Fascists and Righ rad- > it-ills, who cast 76 blank ballots. ^ FLAPPER FANNY SAYS; HEG. U. S. PAT. OFF. B. Fane, Early Jew Leader, Dies at 78 Texarkanian Was Mason and Former President of His Synagogue LONDON, Eng.—(/P)-<-Primc Minister Stanley. Baldwin told the House of Commons Thursday that "the chief responsibility is mine" for the Franco- British peace plan for Italy nnd Ethiopia. He said the British government would make no effort to resurrect it. Plan Is Shelved . . ; GENEVA,' Switzerland — (ff>) — The council of the League of Nations! formally shelved the Franco-British plan for peace between Italy and Ethiopia at a meeting late Thursday. The project, which created a storm throughout the membership of the League, was sent to the archives by a resolution. WASHINGTON —(/P)— Speaker Byrne wild Thursday he believed both the senate and house would dispose of the cash bonus Issue by February 1. "I think it ,ls very clear both houses will pass It," Bynis .said upoit returning to his desk after a trip to the Philippine Islands. He was unwilling-, however, to designate the lype ' of bonus legislation that would be adopted. LITTLE ROCK— (/P)— Revenue | Commissioner Earl II. Wiseman' notified State Highway Commission Thursday that his department regarded federal highway aid; funds allocated to Arkansas as state moneys, and would Attempt to collect the sales tax on all pur- I chases of construction materials j made with those funds. WASmNGTON~ ~ (/p) — The validity of thc TVA was challenged Thursday before the supreme court by Forney Johnston, Birui- ' iiigham attorney, on tho ground Hint it put thc federal government In the power business In violation of thc constitution. Luxurious Living and Charities Cut Into Inheritance Her 40 Millions Have Vanished Except fdi> a Paltry 5 Million. A MADCAP HEIRESS Marriage to Prince Mdi- ,vani Didn't Help—But No. 2 Hubby Is Rich Aimed to Save League LONDON, Eng.—(Copyright Associated Press.)—Sir Samuel Hoare, who resigned Wednesday night as foreign secretary, told the House of Commons Thursday that it was the fear of a breakup in the League of Nations, rather than fear of "any Italian threat," which motivated the British government's recent foreign policy. Issue Up to League GENEVA, Switzerland. — (/P) — The Lcuguc of "Nations council, after two hours of secert deliberation, adopted a resolution Thursday, plating' further efforts .toward italo-Ethlopian conciliation in the hands of a committee of 13—all members of the council, except the parlies to the conflict. Ethiopians Claim Victory AADIS ABABA, Ethiopia— (/»>)• — Dcdjazmatch Ayalo, commander of the Ethiopian forces on the west bank of the strategic Takkazc river, reported Thursday that his army had defeated TEXARKANA—Funeral services for B. Fune, 78. who died early Wednesday at the family home hern, arc to be ho\d at. 4 p. m. Thursday from Mount Sinai Temple with Rabbi David Eichhorn officiating. Burial will be in Mount Snai cemetery. Until tho funeral hour, the body will lie at thc East Funeral parlors. Mr. Fane, born in Russia, emigrated to America at the age of 19, and since that time, with the exception of short residences in New York and Colorado, lived continuously in Tex- t er thc Anglo-French peace plan giv- arkiina, and was widely known in bus- j ng j ta \ y control over two-thirds of incss, fraternal nnd religious circles. I Ethiopia proved a swift boomerang. He was a Royal Arch Mason, a Ten days after he drew up the plan 60-Gallon Still Is TakenJ)y Sheriff Illicit Liquor Outfit Found; i bo Barbara Hutton of New York, is By HELEN WELSMMER NBA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK-M3oing, going, gone It isn't an auction. It's the dimes that Frank Woolworth rang up on the original Five and Ten Cent Store cash register. The Countess Kurt von Haugwitz- Rcventlow of Denmark, who used to of All Places, Right Out in Open! ••< What is believed by Sheriff Jim Bcarden to be one of the few remaining stills in the county was captured Thursday morning at the top of a t:tecp hill located about 10 miles south of Hope on Ihe east side of Lcwisville road, It. was a 60-gallon capacity still, rigged up: complete for a run. .Beside it | reported to have less than $5,000,000 i left of the $40,000,000 fortune which j she inherited in 1933 when she was 21. I Private railroad trains, castles, and ! titles come high. The heiress's financial advisors arc said to be cautioning her to curtail expenses if she doesn't want to enter middle age without a check book. Miss Hutton has been selling her, property on Long Island. When her lawyers recently disposed of 24 mortgages valued at 5352;700, they had to was 5QO-; gallons, of mash, and an 80;, .accept discounts ranging from 25 to fj$n<.pi!r%brit:< JVow^the heiress has «sk- •• • foot. Well-to \furnUlv.the water Of/icers have had information on ; the still for several days. A thorough search cf branches and thickets was made in that area, but it could not be located. Finally officers climbed the hill and found it in the open, the last place suspected for a whisky still. At midnight Wednesday Sheriff Bcarden, Deputies Reginald Bcarden, R. O. Robins, and Revenue Agent Ed the Italians in a major battle. VimSicklc surrounded the still His message read: • hopes of capturing the operators. "I defeated the Italians in a major Unfortunately for the officers they engagement near Aksum. camc upon „ herd of mules. Frighten"They fled in great disorder, lenv- c( j by the intruders, the mules snorting the battlefield strewn with dead. "I will inform you of the casualties later." Large Ethiopian forces were movine south Thursday, from Sasa Bench and Ancle, on the Somaliland (southern) front. Rqave Resigns LONDON, Eng.—(/P)—Sir Samuel Hoare, British foreign .secretary, resigned suddenly Wednesday night af- ed and scampered away, giving warning to the operators who fled. The noise was so loud that dogs in that vicinity began howling, and from the hilltop scene officers could see lights being turned on in farm homes. j The officers lay in wait until daylight, but no one showed up. Fingerprints on the still were taken and then the still was confiscated and officers returned to town. member of B'nai B'rith, and had served as president and member of the hoard of trustees of Mount Sinai congregation. Parade Prize Won by Fire Department Growth of Japan Upsetting Orient It's Main Impression Traveler Gets, Says Senator Robinson Y R M A'e Wpflnesdav Y. t$. m. A 8 W ednesaay Community Event ' LITTLE ROCK—(/TV-Senator Joe T. Robinson, returning home Thursday after several weeks in the Orient, described thc widening influence of Japan as thc dominant impression gained from a study of conditions in the Pacific. He said thc prevalent, belief in thill part of the world yas that Nippon's interest in the Philippines was commercial rather than political. Senator Robinson declined to comment on when he would announce for re-election. Treasury Buying Silver at a Loss secretely with Premier Pierre Laval of France, Sir Samuel withdrew from j the cabinet and hi.s resignation im- j mediately was accepted by Prime Min| inter Stanley Baldwin. i Hoarc's action camc on tho eve of j a foreign affairs debate in thc House-' of Commons. Ho had cut short ;\ va- j cation in Switzerland to go before : Commons, much of it hostile Thursday to defend his part in the formula which opponents contended would reward Italy for aggression. It^was be- Jin Hope Wednesday afternoon lieved he withdrew to save the cab- j The fire department took the award inet from responsibility for tho plan. ) for the best decorated float. The city's Gossip was that Hoare had broken ! big fire truck was decorated in col- with Prime Minister Baldwin over the I "red paper ribbons and carried a min- flny'.s developments at Geneva. There iaturo house and grounds. cd that her'entire real estate interests be sold although she is retaining all security holdings. Reports which are being credited say that, the Countess has bestowed million after million upon worthy friends in celebration of'her coming into her money. She made a single loan of one million. She has been giving her bank orders to care for bills of her. friends and others, at the rate of- §1,000 a month. Her other dollars were invested pretty much in a pleasure quest. Her Wealth Galas Since Barbara Hutton wasn't the world's richest baby the press didn't pay much attention to her in childhood. H merely told the public that she had blue eyes, golden hair, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn L. Hutton, and heir, at her mother's death, to .one-third of the fortune which her grandfather had left when he died in 1919. The complete fortune, estimated at ?60,000,000, allotted 520,000,000 to Barbara Hutton, but her father, as gurdian of her interests, managed the estate so carefully that j the money which he turned over to his daughter 1-1 years later amounted to $40,856,614.71. Thereafter, all bans were off. Miss *,/ Dumped in Hit 1 1Trt » •'• ^ by Fleeing <| Caleb Milne, 4th, ' ed Without Paymsrfi : "G" Men Declat^ PRISONER is Found-Suffering F$gj|| posture "After 4 IkySll - Kidnapers: Haiffigfl Hutlon could spend as she pleased. Not . j prior to her 21st birthday, though. Announced 111 I When she was six, she was allowed an income for maintenance of $7,000 a year. It went up to $12,000 when she | was nino, jumped to $35,000 tho next year, and reached th-! ?60,000 figure on Hope Fire Department was awarded I nl .,. igth birthday. At 18 she filed an the grand prize of $25 in the Young j .,ffi c i av it asking permission to spend Business Men's Christmas parade held $120,000 on H private railroad car. as $120,000 on H private well as ?25,00fl as a gift for the Hoover Relief Fund. •Magnificent Debut Then, in 1930, she made a dazzling bow to society at a $50,000 party ;it the Ritz-Carlton. Silver birch trees the peace plan virtually was buried Ernest Ridgdill, with n 1917 model j brought from California to con- and Anthony Eden, British minister t Ford loaded with a number of cos- ' t))( . {,„)„.„„„ j nto „ forest grove, for League affajrs. did not even de- | tunic characters, tied with D. M. Har- | rf artificial moon swung from a fend it. j h'« for second p acp. Harris entered ' bluc . gauz( . i electrically-starred sky. Several possibiUites as to Hoarc's! il , f loat !" which Santa Clans was ; ^ a lllnkc . beUcvc , ol f or the be- successor are listed. Prime Minister i ushered into the city. ' ginning of a make-believe play. Baldwin may assume the post. Neville n ""'-<"" "-•™= "< «'« -^ «•«•'•• gm "" e JUST AROUND THE CORNER (her advisors have warned her) niay lie a checkbook-less middle age for pleasure-loving Countess Kurt .von HaiiffwUz-Kcvcntlow, unless she sees fit to patch up the. money bag through which her once plentiful supply of dollars and dimes has been trickling. Goodfellows Fund Fire Department Ends at $200 Goal Dinner on Friday Mrs. Arch Moore to Conduct Purchases for Needy Local Families The Goodfellows Christmas Cheer fimd went over Iho top Thursday afternoon when W. W. Surratl donated a dollar, bringing the totul to 5201.00. The American Legion committee soliciting funds for the Goodfellowis club readied the end of its goal Thursday wilh a total collection of $200. Thu final report was made by Chairman J. K. Sale who turned in $4.50. Other members of the committee wore, Fred Grey and B. L. Wellborn. Tho donations, giving by the public during the lust 10 deays, will be turned over to Mrs. Arch Moore who will have charge of all purchases for y Hope families at Christmas | City Officials Invited' to Capital Hotel Affair at 7:30 o'Clock nee time. Mr. Sale expressed thanks to all pereons contributing to the Christmas Chamberlain, now chancellor of the j warded Harris and Ridgdill. favorite child. H announced that she v-'JtLliiiiJ*. l iimi, *»w i. v*«i«ii,t.4ivri wi in*. , j — i i • IcWOrllC CllllCl. It vUUlUWl"-^^ Hlt»V O<**Exchequer might get it; Sir John Sim- B<- >st filmed character went to ^ educated, the.se quiet years. e - ' on, home secretary who was succeeded last June as foreign secretary hy Hoare, may return to his former post. Eden ma.y be entrusted with the job. Labor and Liberal ranks consistently ances Joy Ramsey, llm.-cyc.irs uM.' Cheer fund. Previously acknowledged Friday Music club John Turner Cash Miss Hewitt's School in New York turned character was Sylvia Anne : «'« l . thc Fannington School in Con-. Hieks. She was awarded $1.50. "«*«"'• A tram of sutoii. followed , Luther Hi«gason, Jr., was awarded her. She set out to see the w»ld go ing ...?195.50 .... 2.00 ... 1.00 .... 1.50 ....$200.00 gue ot JNations as an aggressor. 'Ihe government was accused of an about-face in its hitherto determined t Takes Entire Mexican Out-! sla " d in thc it«io-Ethiopi an crws. ! - ._-_.-! The government left the peace plan to its fate in Geneva and completed preparations for the debate Thursday. Sir Samuel will rise from his seat in Commons HS a member of the House nnd present a "personal explanation" (irs< prwe of $3 in tho best child and put—Loss to U. S. May Be 76 Millions WASHINGTON-f/I'iRciterating that Ihe Treasury is still buying silver. Secretary Morgonthau said Thursday j that the government, hus taken ull of ; of his reMgnatiun. He has represented the Chelsea district of London for a f Mexico's newJy-miiK-d""ouiput"dui : infi! r| ^'' Uir " f " centur - v T> ,,,;iii,,« 1 The yovcn fc.ii.--o of thc peace plan during the cle- , , , tho past vear-about Ti million ounces t mm ™- h «l planned no c e- that diiosu't gralu ou the oai 1 isf 4>reut. 7G Million Loss? CHICAGO.—With silver prices again crashing "U over the world Wednesday, market value of the silver lhat j the United States Treasury hat i bought since the purchase progruir I (Continued on page six) l fcn.-e of its general policy, and acceptance uf £.ir Samuel's resignation was taken l-j mean there will be no change in British foreign policy. -— •- -^M*ar- More persons met death in fai'in HC- Ilcpe High School Parent-Teachers assoL-iatiun won $5 for the best group representation of children in Ihe PH-i rude. Tho seventh grade students, carrying parade number 37, took Ihe (Continuufl on page three) Hope Friends Attend Kitchens' Funeral L. W. Phillips, 65, Dies on Thursday Funeral Service Held for Local Painter at :>:30 in Afternoon One of the large.-,!, crowds since the walennelon festival several years ago lined iho streets to witness the parade, led by the 37-piece Hope Boys band. L. W. Phillips, atjed about, lio. died t his home in the north part of tho Onyx Realty Corp. of Hope Is Formed LITTLE ROCK — ( A'< - Th j Realty corijcration. of Hope, filed arti- j cles of incorporation Thursday with | the secretary <.-f slate, lifting paid-in | capital at 51,000. i Incorporates ar>.:: E. S. McFaddin, ' Several Hope and Hcmpstead coun- Itv citizens were expected to attend j L . jly cuyly Thursday I funeral .services of J. M. Kitchens, j H( _. had bet , n ;| 1V5i ,i,, n i i father cf Wade Kitchens, to be held ' B( 2 p. in. Thursday from First Baptist church at Waldo. j DC. and Mrs. J. A. Henry of Hope. j close friends of the Kitchens f >r .many Onyx i years, were among tivjse to leave Hi 'je Thursday morning. Mi. Kit'.-hcas died at his home at eidents than in any other oecu)«ition 1C. E. Taylor. P. E. Brian!, and F. Y. Just year. Trimble, all of Hope. Waldo Tut-Mlay night after » lonji ill- j of Hope many years, and was engaged in painting and paper lianjjinH. Funeral i ervio.cs were held at 3-30 P- m. Thursday at the family home. Buiial was in Ro.-'_' Hill ccineiery. Surviving are Ills widow, a clauyh- tc/i, Mrs. Elbe it Jones of Hope, and n son, Dale Phillips, of Hope. Hope Fire .Department and city officials will dine together Friday night at the firemen's banquet to be held at 7:20 p. m. at New Capital Hotel. Mayor Albert Graves, the city council, police force and City Treasurer Reynerson and Clerk Billingsley have been invited. 'Seventeen members of the fire department will attend. Several brief talks arc expected to be made, but no one has been designated to deliver a principal address, Man of Mystery in Actress' Death 'Dark-Complexioned' Man Named in Thelma Todd Death Case LOS ANGELES— {/PV-The puzzling death of Thelma Todd took on another baffling angle Wednesday night in the report of Mrs. Carmen West, estranged wife of Miss Todd's business partner, that she saw the blonde actress wilh "a man of dark complexion" nearly a day after she was supposed to have deid. Mrs. West said she was positive in her identification. She said the saw Miss Todd in an automobile at Sunset boulevard and Vincc street, about 11 Sunday night. A grand jury investigation along "a totally new angle," already had been ordired after a coroner's jury had recommended further inquiry into the I death of the statuesque blonde, found j dead in her motor car Monday after- ] noon. "I was evasive wht'ii I talked to you lusl night." Mrs. We.st. told police, whom she summoned to her home. "1 want to tel! everything 1 know nw. 1 saw Thelma Todd with a man of dark complexion whom I did not recognize •uboul 11 p. in. Sunday," DOYLESTOWN, Pa. sociated Press)—Caleb Mihfe, L _. four days by kidnapers, was abVndo ed by his abductors without payhv of one cent of the |SO,6o6 ransomSi demanded, the Department of announced Thursday. • ''*{%•'% The 24-year-old grandson -* wealthy retired textile manuif of" Philadelphia was lured'frbnijifiiu New York Cijy apartment Wte 'Sa^S day by a note saying that his -' / --*" father was ill. (. , i . Found Beside DHch , , ™ He was found shortly before t l»u| night Wednesday, dazed, doped^i bruised, beside a roadside ditch' ' here. . » >''. Earlier reports said his famllyVwal reported to have paid $25,000 rfr--*™ 6 the kidnapers. ' '' .State police said he spelled i out> % name Milne ofter a gag was Tenxq 1 from his mouth. • ,.. "X ' f -,' The young'man was found b/; Doylestown young mon, Hobert'l . er, Max Riskin and Lance" Smith'.' . ' Police Chief James Welsh'of 1 ; towrt, said: "There's no doubt tfia£ Milne." _ "- /, 4 : He was rushed to the'Doyle Emergency hospital. Physicians £sa|cl| he was suffering _from 4 ^«*« lack of food. " •.' days ago from hfe New York aparirl ment. '«* ' ,-: a?^ Had Been Treated Roughly". y s R. Gerhart, a Philadelphia 'jsales- S: man, stopped his automobile and took* the youth to the office 'of TDr: Bradford Greeb, in Buckingham, He then notified the state highway patrol < '; From the lips of the young f man; Dr^ Greeb stripped layers of.adhe'sive^tape'.'f Gerhart cut the rope by •wjfich.!. thel man's wrists were bound to his kneet$" The physipian said that Mlhie mum-; bled the name "Caleb Mime" sevesal^ times on his way to the hospital. . ;>Highway patrolmen said that judg-^. ing by tears in his overcoat, the young man apparently was thrown from ,a moving car. ^ ^ Chief Welsh notified Milne's grand- *\ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb M.Une,Jr>,.^ at their maiision .in the Germanto^rtf^ section of Philadelphia and federal.£• agents in Philadelphia. '(; Welsh ^aid the young man had no /; socks and a shoe on only one foot ] Both feet were swollen, he said, ' ' ' The climax came after n night of *• furtive'activity in Philadelphia and vi- ,; cinity by relatives and federal agepts.- Wai'ren Milne, an uncle of the youth, ,.• was reported to have attempted to ',. keep a rendezvous with the kidnap- , ers, but failed, "Die uncle was reported to have ] gone to the Bow Creek section of Del- • aware county,' southwest of Philadej-. , phia at 10 p. m,, but the kidnapers did not appear. • He was said to have carried $25,000, Liquor Is Banned Aboard Airplanes; Policy of American line Is Upheld by Poll of Travelers CHICAGO.—C. R. Smith, of American Airlines ,Inc,, ed Thursday that his company would not serve pocktails or other forms of intoxicating liquor on its airplanes. "Tlic result of our poll indicates that public opinion is against serving cocktails on airplanes," Smith said, "and as a result of the poll we will continue our existing policy of not serving any form of intoxicating liquor on our airplanes." The American line flies over His eiglit will serve us | Mctive pallbearers and his 15 grand- i sons and an.at-gr'undsons are honorary — -*•*- - - - - Legion Meet Postponed Fern has ordered all churches to , The regular scheduled meeting of display the naliojial flap.. This is done American Legion Thursday night at 'o create a "spirit of love for the Checekered eafu has been postponed. jatherlencl." it was announced by W. W. Surrutt.

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