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19 TITE NASnVILLE TENNESSEAN tlortzzy Mornlnff. ScptemT . r 5. 1031. THREAT OHTRIKE ; HAHGS OYER CUBA Radicals Burr Slain Student As Another Figure in Row Disappears , HAVANA, Bept J P) Students and leftist of various degrees of radicalism wrote another chapter ta tb Sanchez-Fernandej case today when they paraded the atreeti nder a broiling aun to burr the bodies of the two In Colon ceme tery, but there waa no indication that the burial dosed the book. Hanging over the, government Which haa been haraased by bombs, revolutionary plots, and strikes, waa the threat of another atrlke by five government departments all the schools, and possibly the . bnsmen and street car men, all In protest of the killing of Budolfo Ranches and Ivo Fernandas, two '"H'"'' rip r.t.rrlay "Their case rapidly waa becoming a important In Cuba a that of Sacco and Vanzettl waa la the United States. ' Closely linked with the situation was the mysterious .disappearance Of Enrique Huares Jlmlnez, another youth- who haa been missing from his home ever since friends of Ban-- ches and Fernandes accused him of . furnishing: the police with the Information that led to their arrest and aubsequent killing following a political disturbance. - Reliable sources revealed that Euarei Jlmlnez was last seen last Sight inside a building of the Unl varsity of Havana, where students yesterday held a demonstration. It waa aald that he was beaten by the slain pair's friends and later "tried" by an unauthorized group of them. Meanwhile the danger of a con flirt on the waterfront appeared after Alejandro Buttarl, port cap tain, announced that starting to aiorrow, he would enforce the com mission's ruling that old striking dockworkers bo placed on the active list. There waa atrong talk that the present employes, hired to take the places of the strikers would oppose the move. : Across the city, at the telephone company, another old wound .n the labor situation gave signs of reopening when 256 leadera of February's strike notified the government that they were going to force their way back to work tomorrow. The company's refusal to reemploy them In accordance with a recent cabinet decree caused that government to take over the company. MONTGOMERY CUTS MUCH OF LEAF CROP CLARKSVILLE, Tenn., Sept . tBpl) Approximately 45 per cent of the crop of dark-fired tobacco waa estimated to have been cut In Montgomery county, with heavier cutting scheduled for thla week. The crop haa shown much Improvement sine the recent heavy rains and the quality la expected to be good, although the- yield of the county will be considerably under the previous year becaua of the AAA reduction. Fire have already bean kindled ftn many barns and the curing proc- will be started in many other barns this week. Only a small amowrt of damage was done from bonunc or black fire, aooordln to report. The , damage was out short by too falling of timely rata. Decatur County Officer Ar Sworn in Saturday PARSONS, Tnn, Bept. I fjSpl) Due form of oath was administered today to newly elected officials of Decatur county and all were Inducted Into offlos, O. H. Goft retains the office of trustee; Otto Milam become county Judge; R. Guy Butler Is county court clerk; Olaa Houston is the ew register; Bam I Duck enters ths circuit court clerk's office; J. A. Taylor takes over the duties of the sheriffs office after an absence of 10 years and K. K. Houston, the new county superintendent will take over the duties of that office on January 1. Haney has filed contest suit against Houston and the case will be heard at the October tena of th circuit court. Haney was nominated In ths Democratic primary last April over Joe Vise by eight votes and lost to Houston by six Totes. All the now officials are republicans, except Mr. Duck, and alt . th outgoing officials jrer Demo- arats. IT FARMER 18 INJURED CARTHAGE, Tenn, Sept. I -gpl J. O. Hale, farmer In ths Htw Mlddleton section of the county, narrowly escaped death Wednesday afternoon when he fell from th top of his barn. Ha was near the top hanging tobacco and alona when overcome by th extreme heat and fell some twenty feet to th floor. t-.'H was found sorb three hours later and rushed to the Lebanon hospital where It was found that b suffered a broken collar bona bead, face end aide wounds. LABOR DAY Celebration Dance From I P.M. to 11 P.M. at Shady Shanty 24th Ava N. asHeaaa. Bring your family asi frteada an1 Joy th alter ooa mel ovoalag. CHAUGllOn'S COLLEGE haa quaLfied thousand of for food positions. It has 'positions. ' r.'' V IT WILL QUALIFVTOU ' ' ? It win maka of yoa Stenographer, a Bookkeeper, a Business Secretary ' V EraOtL' t&XT TUESDAY, SEPTO-SEH 4 5 ii isnsarr coonz ;;; FIFTH -AVENUE-FEATURE STARS .. . I s - ."V. . . i-'vv,,.'- ; j ' . T;) 1 ; , ' r V; " ;.- aiiMlliliiS5 , - o -:V. . ' V . k -)': Ginger Rogers and Fred Astalr are shown doing th famous Carl, oca dance from the picture "Flying Down ta Rio," to be shown at the Fifth Avenue theater Monday, Tueaday and Wednesday. KIDNAPED BY ' MANCHURIAN BANDITS, NINE CAPTIVES REACH SEARCH PARTY HARBIN. Manchuria. Bept 1 UP) After dramatically ' rescuing nine men, one of them an American, kidnaped by bandits near Wuchia Thursday night, Japaneae troops gave chase to th outlaws and klUVd 25 of them, th commander of th rescuing Jananea gunboat reported. HARBIN, Manchuria, Bept 1 Ijf) Nine men, one an American, dramatically reacued from their Manchurlan bandit kldnapcra by the Japanese gunboat Konet came to Harbin today to tell how narrowly they escaped death. The nine Rohert M. Lnrv.. nat uralised American, E. F. Johansenf Dane, and seven Japanese wer rescued from the bandits' hideout. Montgomery and Stewart 4-11 Club Camp Lnds CLARK SVTLLE, Tenn., Sept t. Spl) The annual encampment of 4-K club girls of Montgomery and 8twart counties held at the Austin Peay Normal for the paat three days ended Saturday. Three days of recreation and Instruction war given the members under the direction of Miss Corfnns Mil-Ugan and Miss Marvel Bass, respective horn demonstration agent for ltswar j.nf Montfomt la th sewing contest held Fri day, Virginia Hlnton of Balem won first place for th second straight year In th class abov II years. Met Klllebrew of the Loclcert community was first In th group under ll years of age. , Second place In th group above 15 year waa j won by Eleanor Abernathy of the Southslde community and third place was won by Mildred Harv of .Brlarwood, In th group below II yean, the second award Vent to Georgia Johnson of Liberty and Edna Earl Castlebcrry of Lockert won third Place, During th encampment addresses were made by the Rev. Louis Melcber of Knexvllle, Felix G. Woodward, professor of English of the Austin Peay formal. Dr. P. P. Claxton, president of tho Austin Peay Normal, and C. H. Moore, superintendent of city schools Instruction in block printing was given by Miss Lillian Kciler end lessons in health were taught by Mrs. Lena Warren, both specialists from the University of Ttn neasee.. Sealed loads Selected seals FRANK COAL CO. and . KEITH VAUGHN CO. Telephones 3626, 6-M27, f-362s Adv. UTLEY FUNERAL TODAY Funeral service tor ; John A. Utley. 71, retired farmer, will be held at 10 o'clock thla mornlnr at his home. tlT Wllbarn street, where he died Sunday morning; at 1:60 o'olock following two week' Illness. The - Rev. O. B. Johnson will officiate. - ' . Burial will be in Spring Hill cemetery. Pallbearers - will he members of thv Men's Blbl olss of Meridian Street Mrtbout church. . ' " . 'r Mr. Utley cam to Naehrllle -to ltv with hla son. about 10 years tgo following his retirement as a farmer and t obi ceo grower In Middle Tennessee near Nashville. Me attended th Bible class at Merl-4 dlan Street Methodlsfr church. .v FOG DOWNS FLIERS CHICAGO. ' Bept ! The third tlm was juy charm for Jean Laren ana Ms' Elisabeth Owens. Th two Texat forced to descen i tempt to gain th -endurance flying, soup for that sell. 1 fliers wer heir third at-nan's tltl for of a pea f over the Chi- cs go area. DUS1IIE young ladies and youris afjN auistad them to seenrt i. ... s a wooded sandbar on the Sungarl river, at. 11: 40 a. m., today after airnlanea. aiding in an Intensive man hunt spotted their captors try. lng to cross the river. The gunboats Konel and Hokel, with infantry landing parties aboard, were rushed to the spot near th town of Niuiietsu. 40 mues southwest of Harbin, where their rescue was effected after a sharp brush with the bandits. Lury and Johansen, both employes of the Metio-Goldwyn-Maver company, together with the seven Japanese were sejzed after th bandits had wrecked a uninese Kastern railway train near Wuchia Thursday night, killing five persons and injuring ten. An Intensive search for them, spurred by the request of United States Consul Walter A. Adams at Toklo that utmost efforts be made to effect their rescue, began at once. As the chase grew hot, th rescued nine related today, the brl-randa, realism thev. were trapped. debated lengthily as to whether to kill their captives. " . They decided, however, that pursuers wer too clos and that the firing- of rifles -would reveal, their hideout Thereafter it was decided to attempt to eroaa the, river,, - Th nine captives wer saddled with ammunition, and baggags and warned they would bo slain Immediately if they made aay outcry whU fording the stream. - Notwithstanding this threat Kumetaro Murakami.. Japanese employe of tho Manchukno government bearing a- landing party from the gunboat Konel . nearby, shouted "Here we are." The bandits turned their rifles on Murakami.- wounding him seri ously in the face and arms, but his cries brought the troops and the bandit fled, leaving their ; cap. Uvea. ' Th sold'ers followed and fighting, continued while the rescued nine wer being taken aboard, the gunboat. What casualties were Inflicted on the brigands was not determined. MRS. HENRIETTA BROWN Mrs. Henrietta Brown, 9. wife of O. -W.- Brown,- -retired Inspector of the city engineering department died Sundsy night at T o'clock at her home, 2205 Dixie Place, about 10 minutes after suffering a heart attack. She had been in falling health for the past five years and during th past month bad been confined to her bed most of th tlm. - Mrs. Brown was born and reared in Shelbyville and attended the schools there. In 1207 she moved to Nashville. She was a past matron - of the Rock City chapter of the O. K. S. and a member of th Belmont Methodist church. Survivors are her husband: a son. Dr. E. E. Brown of Nashville; two daughters, Mrs. J. E. Ogles by of Nashville and Mrs. J. H. Covington of Bell Buckle; two brothers J. E. and "J. H. Parsons of Shelbyville; snd six grandchildren. .Funeral services will be con. ducted st 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the horn of her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Oglesby. 2304 West Ash- ' wood avenue,i by Dr. B. B. Pen. Burial .will be in Woodlawn Me-motiat -Asrk' cemetery. i HOOPER ANNOUNCES PLANS " CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.. Sept.. 1 -(VFormer Gov. Ben W. Hoop er, fusion noqilnee for the United States senate, seat now held by K. D. McKenar. aald tonight that he will open-hie campaign In. Knox-ill la "about week." Arrangements,, he. told reporters after speaklpg at a negro church here, are only tentative st pres- Wtthm a few days after th Knovllle-speech, he said, he wlli make- his-semnd 'oampatgrt'addres In Johnsort-'ily, ' He plans ths third for Chattanoogav, , 0 t The former rnwm.r. hs Is Ra. p'utilcan1 nomjn. 'i for, J he .senate. Is running on ajuj'q ticket nscaeo by Republican an J Lewis 8. Pope ; amocrata n which Pope Is op rising Governor Hill McAlister la he gubernatorial raoa, . - .; V PLANEtSLOSSMARS NATIONAL AIR RACE Lonisianan Fails to' Break the World's Landplane ' ' . Record, CLEVELAND. Sept J.--flW. A. Worthen of Pattaraon, La., burned over on lap of speed trial at the national air races today at I25.12S miles sn hour In an unsuccessful attempt to break the worlds land plane apeed record. . V Sixty thousand spectators who saw hla attempt were' meanwhile unaware that Second Lieut Clem ent J. Gaster, reserve officer from Selfrldge Field, Mich., waa missing en route to Cleveland. Sighting of wreckage off Point Pelee on the Canadian ahore turned the hunt for the missing pilot -In thnt direction. Worthen failed to break ths pres ent lecord of 104.98 miles an hour established by the late Jimmy Wedeli in Chicago a year ago be- cauae his average speed on six laps waa onJyJOZJISt, His 740 horseDower motor took Worthen over two other down wwa lana at I20.4TT and 816.996 miles sn hour. His best speed against the wind waa 282 S7 J miles an hour. While Worthen was flashing over the straightaway and 4 army planes took the air to search for Qaster. word came from Humana, Cai, that James Granger of .Santa Monica, Cai., and : Lieut Murray Dilhsv. both armv fliera. had indi cated thev would (Withdraw from the transcontinental race 4n which Col. Romas. Turner set a' new rec ord fronr Burbank. to .Brooklyn, -N I, yesterday . . . '-,., Collins Wins Battle Which Will En4 V. U. Army Medical Work i WASHINGTON. Sept ..a iff1) Kf presenuUve Collins may " hav run a rather poor third in th Mississippi .. Democratic senatorial primary, but the war department today raiaed a white flag conced lng a victory for htm in a three-year fight CoUlna is chairman of .ths House appropriations subcommittee that handles bills supplying money for the war department For tnre years, h sought to specify that none of the money, should be used for training or instruction ot re serve medical officers. The war department twice sue ceeded in blocking his attempt, but last session he succeeded, so to day the army announced the train lng of reserve medical officers would cease when th last re maining classes of S4 students a 22 colleges, five dental schools and four agricultural colleges graduate in June. 1215. The army, however, let It be known that ao far as it was concerned the ficrht was not over. It will try-to get the next Congres to reverse Collins. Army medical corps Instructors will . be withdrawn and courses abandoned at medical college of Virginia, Richmond, and Vender bilt University, Nashville, .Tenn. among others. , Norman Thomas Predicts Sinclair Plan Will Fail MILWAUKEE. Wis- Bent. I. WV-Norman Thomas. Socialist candidate for president in 1932 to day predicted failure of Upton Sin. clair's "epic" program, for' abollsh- inr poverty in California. Thomas is her to anena n'fia tlonel executive committee wetl of his f rty. -. "Sinclair's nomination for gov ernor of California is a problam for the Socialist . party In a certain sense." Thomae said. "H Is not Socialist anad Is not supported by the Socialist nartv. There are good and had elements in his victory. It :s encouraging that a state ;curS3d by . reaction and induatrtal MUd.u inn ahculd nominate, for gover.ior a nian Uke Sinclair. Sprins Hill School - WiU Be Opened .today COLUMBIA. Tenn. Sept. 2 (Spl Formal opening of the fa'.l term of the Spring Hill school will be Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with Prof. Frank Bass, former ml Pleasant superintendent snd now assistant state high school super visor, making tb principal ad dress. The Rev. C D. Patterson will rive the invocation . and the Rev J. W. Cherry the Scripture reading. Prof, W. E. Fowlee. principal, will preside. A large enrollment is ex pected, t ;:... , MRS. REBECCA BRISCOE' Mrs. Rebecca Anna Briscoe, 74, died at 1:20 o'clock Sunday morn lng at the home .of her son, A. L. Briscoe. 1512 East Douglas avenue, following an Illness that bad Listed since April. Mrs. Brisco wss - born and reared at Miami, Mo., and-had lied in Nashville for the laat three years. She was a member of the Mtesbyterian church. ' Survivors are her son; a brother. John Uirey of Dewltt Mo, and three eisters, Mrs. Ethel Briscoe and Mrs. LIUlsn Mulllns of Dewitt Mo. and Mrs. Eva Ferguson of Los Angeles, Cat. ; Funeral eervi?," will be con ducted at her son's home Tuesday nfternoon nt 1:30 o'clock, with the Bev. r. F. Lamrston officiating. Burial will bvjw. Spring Hlli cemetery. .' Pallbearcrw wilt be W. M. Neely, Marvin Love, Lytic Ray, J. B. Cor-bltt, W. C. Compton and J. F. Marehali. . .. . TWO TAKE OFFICE i , CLlPJSVllXErTeniN"Septr. (SpD Two new-county offlclala took th oath of office along wun th other officers reelected who began new terms her Saturday Tb new officials wer C. W. Kel- ley. circuit court" clerk and Cleve Adklns. ' county register. Those reelected snd beginning new terms included Judge John T. Cunningham, county and criminal court Judge: W. E. Crotxer, county court elerk; Jeese E. Steton, coun ty .trustee; Judge J. w. Btoutt. chancellor, snd constables. P. J. Broom snd T. L. McCorkle. o Y Atlantic Coast Storm Ruins Fisher's Hopes, WASHINGTON, Sept 2 JP Thanksgiving is tor eating, . hunting and football games, and Labor Day is for fishing as much as snythlng else If there's , water nearby to soak a hook In. But from North Carolina to Delaware there- won't be much chance for salt water fishing tomorrow. A storm that started . off Eavantiah swept northward, and the weather bureau laaued a storm warning today. Small craft were told to be careful all the way from Cap ' Hatteras to Delawsrs breakwater. GOOD PRICES GIVE NEBRASKANS HEART Farm Income, Despite the Drouth, Better Than in 33 Survey"Shows. OMAHA, Neb., Bept' I. tP Recent spectacular advances in commodity prices have taken much of the sting out of the drouth for the- farmers of Nebraska. ' Despite widespread destruction of. crops, Nebraskana, both, farm and cljy dwellers, are making money, spending money and living well, it was Indicated today ty atatewido newspaper survey. . Farmers of' the 'State, will . have a larger Income this, ear t.ian in any year since 1930,. it .was furs cast On th basis of government cron estimates and current prtces, they will receive fl44.235.OAO this year. 'which is 1 12. 000,000- more than they got In 1933.- $60,000,000 more than In 1933 and $4,000,000 more than 1131. - -; Merchants and hankers reported almoet unanimously that business is better. - While , certain sections of ' JSe braskS ' Suffered 'an almost' 'com plete loss of crops because of drouth farmers In , these liK-alities were assured of government aid. In other sections less severely hit adversity taught farmers a new economy that is putting ir.onay their pocket. In the com belt for example, they have learned that corn stalks and leaves, once allowed to rot In the fields, ' make valuable itnck feed. Today they are busy uilln? tnem into silos. Clean, Air Conditioned Cafe Coaches , . . Moderate Prices , Good meals, between NashvMIe and Memphis. - . N C.aVSt L. Ry. Adv, RAINS IN ARKANSAS State Receives Million Dollar Bene- fit, 8ays Official LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept 2. CP) It rained in Arkansaa today more than a million dollars worth. For the first time- since mid-May. steady, general rains, crop-healing and droutb-rellevlng, swept- over the state, making up for a long lapse, there were near cloud bursts In some places. Approxi mately 4.S inches fell In the vicinity of Ft Smith high up In the Oxarks of Northwest Arkansas, the total was almoat as great and Fay. ettevllle reported a rise of six feet In the WhU river In th last 14 hours. . . ' " v ' '" 'It's worth more, than a minion dollars," said T. Roy Rcid. assistant director of th state agricultural service, in charge of drouth relief. Its s ml brtts tor arxawsai,- FERA Cattle Hnngrri 8 Die From Overeating 'bowlino green. Ky. Bept 2 (SpD Out of Warren county's uota of , cattl. sent .in for ps- turare hv the Xmergency Relief administration, 1.261 are in . good shape.. .-But there .were. eight as- ttelties. -:. s . :. r Four literally ate themselves to death .when turned loose, tn . green rastures. - One was drownea. . to oiner three were Injured during snip ment. Miss Ida Hodges, of the Bowling Green regional office, FERA, Mid that she expects approximately 1.000 more head of cattle to be sent here. ENROLLMENT GAINS CLARKSVILLE, Tenn., Sept. (Spl) An enrollment equal or exceeding the previous year was forecast for Montgomery county rural schools which opened here Fridav. The opening waa one day earlier than the usual date of Peptemoer 1. The enrollment a year ago trw 1.094 In thetolored and whit ele- nientarr , schools snd 140 in tne county-high Schdols. The .county- has (3 white , ele nientar sf hools: 16 colored ele mentary schools, and five two-year high schools located at saiem. uot. sf.nvllle. Fredonla, 8ango and Oak Orov. Southsld haa a - four-year high school,: ;. PASTOR IS CALLED ' EBtN ,Tnn. Sept.: I (Spl) The R. M-. Hastings- ha been called 'to.' serve . the , Erin- Baptist church hs paator xor . tne- oomin e.;..Thls will b his fifth eon seeatlv year to fill the local pulpit ira alsv now. entering. boji. his lght. yar as pasiorMt the Gum Springs church ana m ucODr -wni begin- M , second . year as aator of th Highvlew tharch. , . .. S nCOURT TO StriT. V SOMF.RVILLE.V,Tenn.,' Sept 2 ni Judse It.' M.' ' Rbea use called a special session of th Fay-stts County court 'to meet September 4L to consider a petition from the county school board for an ap propriation for a new nign scnooi building her. Th school bosrd will ssk the court to contribute $20,000 toward rection of th new bUUdlng. SYRUP PLANT STARTED CLARKSVILLE. Tenn. Bept 3 (Sol)-Tb Clarksvlll Syrup Man ufacturing company began oper ations here Thursday at Its fsctoty snd distributing station, on ids Public Square. The business Is operated by w. C. Mitchell, formerly of Llneville Ala. and C. E. Burdeaahaw formerly of Headland. Ala. - tYRNS SEES UPRISING . WASHINGTON. Sept t-MAV-A growth In DemocraMo registrations tnr the November electiona was de scribed today by representative Jo seph W. Byrns of Tennessee as an uprising" against the "oia, or raw deal" and an Indorsement of tne people f President Roosevelt. DEMOCRATS CALLED TRENTON. Tenn.. Sept aJ-(Spl) Members of ths Gibson County Toung Democrats club hav been called te meet at tb courthouse here Toesday night Several hun r f s t '. '- ' -, ' i ; ' ' . '" ' . . ' - : it'' i i ' i . : v; , - , . . i . . .' k I ' -. - r a-1 . i Chancellor R. B. - C. Howell o Part I, and Chancellor James B. N court began new terms Saturday the courthouse. 2,800 FARMERS APPLY FOR LOANS LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Bept 2. VP) Application from ,800 farmers in Kentucky. Indiana, unio ana Ten nesse for federal, farm mortgage loans wer received during' August by th Federal Land Bank of Louis vllle. Th amount -of the appllca tlons ' totaled : approximately $10 400,000. ; Applications received during 1934 numbered nearly $3,000 for approxi mately $143,000,000, officials of the farm ' credit . administration ' of Lonlsrllls said today. . Bines . pasaag of th mergeney federal farm- mortgage -act In May liu, tne LouUvlUe unit . granUd tl.OOt loans for more than $136,000.' 000, t. farmers in th four state. There wer 92.000 applications. Last Ripler NeaTtT Survivor ;.Of. Civil War Is Dead rt' ' ' ' ssswiss ii'.Wf RIPLET Tean. Bept 2 (Spl) Death has removed th last of ths hundreds - of Lauderdale- county tisgioes who aerVed w4ta thslr mas ters in th Confederate army.- Tb last of the group, Louis Bonaparte fieison. S7, aiea at nia noma nsr after a long illness. , "Uncle Louis', waa a. slave of th Oldham' family and" followed his master, the late -General E. R. Oldham,' in th Confederal ranks. He had served : as janitor at tht looal high school - for , mors thaa li years. ' ( - - Among th hundreds of whits snd colored persons who filed by "Uncle Louis" flag-draped casket re W. B. Dnk snd J. A. Bucn anan.' only' surviving -Cootedsrate veterans in tb county. . ' Simpson Plans Horse Show As - r eature Of Annual , Fair -- .... -J r . , , J 'FRANKLIN Ky- Sept i (Spl ) Plans have been ompletsd for holding a' night horse. show- Friday, uctooer . as pait'OI tne Elinpsoa County fair. - - . . ' . Secretary Cyril "D. Duncan Of, the fair association hss issued invita lions to stockmen in Kentucky and Tennessee and a large number of saddie. and harness horses ar ex Mi Duncan has - arranged for the show to 'be held on tht ' High Sohool park, which was lighted 4hs season for playing of night soft ball. It has a seating capacity of approximately .1.000 persons, j OPEN. NEW SCHOOL; ERIN. Tenn- Bept 2 (Spl.) D. - J. McAoley, ' superintendent Of education in Houston- county, was one of - the principal speakers at s lorraa opening of -the new Cedar Valley school, building on Friday evening. -.The Rev. -Fred Amacber, D. E. -Marable. and E. L. Logan also pneared on toe program. Principal Earl Sexton snd his assistant. - Miss Christine ' Averltt have taukht tnelr classes In a church -uatll fails-modern Structure was - completed. ' a program was presented by members of ths Meth odist Toung People Union. . PLANT RESUMES WORK UNION aTT. Tenn, Sept t (Spl) The local Salant snd Salant shirt factory has renamed oper ations with twenty-five people em ployed. It Is expected that 121 wGl be working within . the next 'few. daya andJhal there will pe n fur ther Interruption-in .th opecation of th plant v. ; Pageantry to Mark Boone Celebration 1 LEXINGTON; Ky, Sept 2. UP) Colorful pageantry and dlftlngulshed guests will mark ths Boons bios n tenn 11 celebration at Boonesboro on Labor Uiiy. Boonesboro Is the. sit of Fort Boone, established In 1771 as ths first colonisation la Ken tucky. , .... r Heralded as a .homecoming . and the principal event of a , series of observaneea this vear ' bv the Daniel Boon Bicentennial Communion, of Kentucky, the Labor. Day program will bring representatives from gov. . ernors - of . Pennsylvania, Vlr : glDla.' North Carolina. Tennea see. FlorUla and Missouri. All) of those states hav part In th r Boon legend. Th annual cos-vntkn of th Amertcaa Or- der of Ploneera ' Inc., and th Boon Family Aseoctatlnn. In a. will be held In conjunction erlth ' Monday obeervsne. f Davidson county chancery court. ewman of Part II of chancery when they wer sworn Into office at . . . RADIO PROGRAMS WULO Masday, Sept S. lit a. m. Arliona Wranslsra. T:te Song KtporUr, CBS. Harmoalss la Contrast, CBS. T:l Waathsr Report , 7:1ft MctroDOlltaa Parade. CBS. Pterins th. Bona Market, WBS. t:l Pran Radio Nw.. CBS. I:J Carolys Gray, CBS. I:4& Throo nta, CBS. t: One Quarter Hour, CBS. Beala Btroet Bora CBS. t:IO Whoa lou r Smillnr. Ml ItoflsctlOBs of Rbmasca, 10:0 Hook.r Dooka WBS. ia:0. .Rambloa In Rhythm, CBS 11:00 Volasro'o Orrbostra, CHS, 11 Labor DT Parad. CBS. ll:it p. m Cantral Church ot ChrUt. J:i Emory Deutacb's Orcnoatra. CBS. 1:0 PVar Showmen. CBS. -1:H StMl Pier Mlnalrtla, CHS 1:4 Secretary. I:1S Ann laf. CBS. 1:3 Cblcaso Variatlas, CBS. !: Pranraa Parklna CBS. 1:0 p. m. Mualrat Album. CBS 1:19 ou ran Irs of Sons, WBS. I: Bob Caaon. 4:S Men of Notaa Trio. CBS. 4:11 Cailet'a Ouartat. CBS. - 4:10 Chaa. Baraet'a Orcbaatra, CBS 4:45 6on Bar. WBS. 1:00 Health Talk. -I 1 11 w-m. arson, CBS. tu4le. ; :ll-Jan Saoitt's Orchaatrs. CBS 1:41 Magls Htrmoniaa, WBS.. I:a Weather Report. . J) :) Kate Smith. CBa. r ' 4:11 Edwin C. Hill. CBS. :le Undo Hour. Ray's . ranny Paper 1:41 Sports Review. T Reddy Kilowatt ' T l5 Praoa Radio Kawc T:10 Eras XJrana, CB. T:tl Rey Helton, CD". T:S Billy Hays' Oreheatra, CBS. S: Herman snfl Mary. Srll Maaloat Headllaea - WBS. t:l Paraant of Old Marara. CBS S-.es PranekH Crals'a Orcheatr.. TBS 1:11 )ln Oray"a Or-h5trv CBJ. t:4i Leon Belaaro. CBS. lt:e Blue Monday Jamhor.. CB. ' 1:!0 Ioa Belaare's Or-heatra, CBS. li:ao oanrs Time. WBS. 11:1 Malcolm Tate. . WSJt 441.1 Meters RUaeyeles S0.SO Watts Maaidar. Benteajiber t. lit a. m. I ..on Cole, onanist. 1:04 Laymena Mornlnr Devotion,-, T:4-Braakfaet Oub. NBC. . 1:4 Harraat of Sonra. NBC. 4:11 Clara. T.a 'n' Em. NBC. t:l r4ws Serrlre. NBC t:li Mornlnr Parade NBC. 1-44-U. 8. Nary Band. NBC l-4 Fields and HalL NBC. 14:11 WRM Strlnr Eneembla. 14:1 Vis sn Bade. NSP 14:41 Worda and Uuale. NBC. 11:44 Labor Day Address by William Creon. NBC. ll :4i national farm ana noma Hour. NBC. . ' 11)14 . m. Smaekoot. NBC, 11-41 Ma Tarklna NBC. 1 :99 Tenneeseon Newa Flaah. 1:4! Labor Day AoXroae fey Prank MOTTlao. NBC, 1:14 Work and Bins. NBC 1:00 Pour Nation Celebration In connection wltk Rastoratloa of Old fort Mlacara. NBC .-Ik oal. pass. NBC - :1 Chlraso . Symphony Oreheatra. NBC. ' 1:14 v. m Rafter S Riders. NBC I-44 Dreanu Com True Barry Mr- Klnler, NBC. - 4:44 Men's National Tennis cnam- planahlp, NBC :i ai paarre ana nis 4:14 W8M Strlnr Rnaembla. NBC, with Prleetlar Miller, baritone. 4:41 Blnslnr Dtrlnsa, NBC .1:40 Hotel St. Rerla Oreheatra. NBC l et Pen-American Broadcast ' 4:14 Tenneeeean Newa Reporter. I-11 Hotel at. Resla Oreheatra. NBC 1:14 Proddla Roaa, nlan'at 1:44 Slater of th Skillet, NBC 4.-4 Baaeball Score. 4:41 Jack Shook snd Marjorle Cooney, 45J-ror Barsry's Bake. 4:14 Bobby Caatlea. aooordlonUL 4:10 Art Exhibit rpeakar. 4-11 WSM Btrlnav. Ensemble. with John Lewi, baritone. t:4l Broodeaet from Tbe Sat a Parker. HBC. - 7r Mlnatrela. NBC. T:I Houa party. NBC 1:04 Waller Brother. i 1:11 Mary Cortnar. eopran. 1:14 Haael Arts, eontralt NBC. 4:41 Pemocrat . . Republican Berlea NBC. 4: so yrana Buck. Nov. 1:14 Oan and Olenn. NBC. :! Plarr Metal Uasc Orcbaatra. HBC. ' ' 14:4 due Lombareo u bis norai Canadlaea, NBC. . 14:14 Baaeball Brora. IS :1S Warner Bros. Wraaeniatloa. with Jlnimor Oallasher's Orebeatra. 11:44 Trrsc Oardn4 Qrcbtstrs. NBC . 11:14 Cbnrraae Hotel Orchestra, NBC, BALKAH10YALTIE5- TO DISCUSS ISSUES Kings and Queens Meeting In Sofia September 21 Have Five Problems. i SOFIA. Bulgaria,. Bept t. (A A gathering of Balkan kings and queens expected to he far-reaching In its Influence on Balkan politics has been scheduled for September-21 or 12. With German's Naslsm, Italy's Faaciam and Austria's ever-recurring rumors of return to monarch-Ism as its background, the conclav will bring together rulera ot Rumania. Bulgaria and Yugoslavia. Royal visitors to' Bulgaria's capital will be King ' Alexander and Queen Marie ot Yugoslavia, Dowager Queen Marie and possiby King Carol of Rumania. King Boris and Queen -Joan of Bti!earlawltr'bethelr"hrj!rts.-If!nr Boris' brother, ltince Cyril, la now visiting in Bled. Yugoslavia, arranging the details of the meeting. Blated for discussion by the sovereigns are these matters, highly Important, to the-Balkans: 1 Jhe ' question of Bulgaria's Joining tbe existing Balkan security pact. - . , -. .. .,, . I Joint ' political v or military measures te be taken In the event Archduke, Otto, ..Hapsburg pretender to tbe Austrian throne, attempts to restore the monarchy in Austria or Hungary. S The reapective attitudes of Rumania. Bulgaria and Yugoslavia towards Italy, Austrl friend snd ally and potent Influence In Balkan politics. 4 Common steps to be taken hy the Little- Untent In the event Germany attempta to spread its Nasi doctrines into the Balkans. f i .. . i . .. . , i . , A aiio iiucoiiun ui i uDiiaria I recognition of Russia, now reported on tne verge of entering the League or Nations. Bulgaria and Rouma nia already have resumed' relations with the Soviet. ' The royal conference originally was set for September t, but was postponed. Spring Hill Principal Heads Maury Teachers COLUMBIA. Tenn.. Sept I (Spl) William E- Fowler, wine! pal ot tb Spring Hill high school waa elected preaident ot the Maury County ' Teachers -aswcla tion to succeed Thomas Wnds of Santa Fe at th first meeting of in yar, neia yesterday at Co- lumoia nign scnooi. - J. R. Baker of Santa Fe - elected vice-president, Mrs. Oori aon urown of Andrews was. elected secretary, and County Supt L Tbomaa was reelected treasurer. ' i 1 BIDS Ashland City. Tenn.' Aug. IS, 193 (SEALED PROPOSALS tnr th construction of a waterworks ays tern In the City ot Ashland CH Tennessee, from sn snticlpate reaerai emergency Admlnlatratlo of Publlo Works loan and gran when, as and If mads by ths Fed eral Government. PWA DOCKET NCL . 2483. T WILL BI RECEIVED by thl uity ol Ashland City, Tennessee at th office of 8. A. MsrablJ Mayor, before 10 o'clock A. M . cl me i4tn aay or September. 1MI ana win be opened and read put ii. iu r AU bids shall be made out th proposal blanks which will furnished together with plans ar speciiications to bona Jide bldded HfOU aipiicBiion IO J. A. .SWTTZEX Consulting Engis ' KsoxVUle, Tenn. provided thst each bidder shall p i.oo in easn or by check mal pays Die io saia consulting glneer. Each proposal shall be acconl panied by proposal bond in III amount of 10 per cent of bid. it sued by an approved bonding conl pany authorised to do business I tb State of Tennessee. . Said prl posai ponds will be returned to ui Successful bidders thirty days af'l opening or bids and to suceessfl bidder when he has .entered In! contract and executed surety bod in rull amount of contract, ss ri quired by speclflcstlons. , Wage All .employees directly employ oh this work shall be paid Just s reasonable - wagea which shall compensation sufficient to provl for tho hours of labor as limited. standard of living in decency a comfort Such wagea shall tn vent be less thsn th minimi hourly wage rates for skilled s unskilled labor prescribed hy t Administrator' for. the sons, cones in which the work Is to done, vis: : , . SkUW Labor ..... $1.10 nor h UaskillaJ Ubor ,;.$0.4S par l All work executed and all u terlala furniahed ahall conform the requirements of tb plsns r.J i speclflcstlons and .. to , th regul s ( tlons . of th,. Federal Emerge AdmlnUtratfon pf Public Works. n Th Bosrd ot Mayor and Aid men.; reserves the right to rejl ; ' any and alt. bids, to waive inff) f malHUis In ths bids. received. sndl accept any bid or bids whlchlfi deems favorable tr - Its inters snd swards are subject to ths proval of the Federal Emerge t Administration of Public Work AU - bidders must have cnmp'tl with all requirements of Chart I t No. TO. Publlo Acts of 1111. of i (ienerai Assemniy n mi mai Tennessee. Section l! therefore. bidders must be licensed con.tr tors.. . CITY OF ASHUNO CITY, . . TENNESSEE By a A. MARABLB. Attest: WM. T. CLAItIC, City Recorder. Each Night jon REDDY KILOVAl RADIO PROGRAM sfissf Every Night Except $ dred members from ver th coun ty will attend th session, -

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