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T i l ! ' D A I L Y i M K S S K N C K R. ( ' A N A X O A K U ! A, N. Y.. \ V U P N ESDAY, J A N U A R Y 11 1IMS The Daily Messenger WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE Published ev^rv .".fi'vr cn "V.'P! S u n d a y . Meswn^or Buil^i!.;;. JO . Phoenix btreel. ly O.aaa'i:!i.:ua Messenger. I:;e. Kloyd l .V. K;ne:son. editor and publi.-lie:-: A. i ' . \ v . i ! - · ; · · · " ' . \ i ' . v - p ; ^ i d - n ; ana i.ea^irr:-: William H. Hawiey. a d \ e i : i ^ n . . . ::;,:.;au":. Phone. Business O!':':-.·· ^^ . News Room · · · s - srr.sritU'TioN u.vrrs lly llie ( nrrirr in 'ii} Delivered a! y u - d'."i. -'· ·.···!:·.- !": v.---k: -'| ! .~''' ''"·''·'·;' r '' r ' ! s : Kntered as -euiid i ia - : · · : · ' · ' " ··' ~' : " ! ''' ; ( i : : u - i ' ; n ( :iaa:.i::..:;u.i. N. Y., under the Ar-l o' M a n - ! i ::.j°7. 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N'-.\ V o : k (".;; '-M'5 N " r t n \ \ a . : i M i . i ;·..- . eago; Atlanta, Dai!a a:ui O k l a h o m a . ; Member of the Associated Tress ; The Associated Press is e m i l l f d e.\e!u-ive!y :o t i n ? use f o r n - p i h l i e a - tion of all the local iu-;\s j j i i n t e i i ia i l . : . . ::ev..-pa;i--v. a - ·.'."!! a- a!! A! news dispatches. Grade Crossing Menace In a fanning community of northwestern Ohio. near Michigan-Indian lines, ten children \verc killed under the wheels of a fast passenger t r a i n . ^ They! were in a tractor-drawn bub sled on a snowy Sunday afternoon. The driver, a farmer, taking his own and i neighbor's children fur a bit of innocent fun, drove over an un-protected grade crossing in the path of the locomotive. ,, i The tragedy again calls attention to the need for eliminating highway-level railroad tracks. Such a But is not human life precious? And when (lid Am- ! ericans stop at undertakings because of cost? Con- ; sider the annual outgo for cosmetics, alcohol, tobac- \ co. l At the very least, some protection should be placed '· at every crossing, including those over little-traveled : roads. ' The crossing where the sled full of children : met death, had no gates, lights or warning devices of any kind. Whatever else may lie said about Henry Wallace,; he is the most exciting ex-vice-president that the \ United States has had'since Theodore Roosevelt, ! Opposition in Russia ·: '·;;·:$ · -;^ ; i^^^^;2M^H V.' H i T E H O U S E N E W C O M E R -- I-'elier. cooker snaniel pup. appears raved a;; lie sts M-'-.'I'C M'.iii'-in-" iTi'le i;'. U.;: i'.'iiiic' iloiist' after iirrivini: as ;i irift to »Vesit!cnt Truniai:. Personal Health Service F William Brady, M. I). Kcad'-rs o.'.-siring t i v forresj-'jn-.i w i t h lr. Hraay sitoiihl ji'lriresf t h e i r mail to him as follows: Dr. William Brady. Oit .'. Beverlv H"I; 'i'llK ( ( L ! ) K S r . A J O N T J i ()!·· T i l l - : \'i'..\li i e - i . i the baii;. .Mr.-sea.uf.'r : in. '!'.) and 5'.i years aj;u i S l i a i i v." e u n s i d e i : : : · · .-ubjeol of t very i r u c h i i i i \\\i ·; · · - . :;- n:i' i i : . : n : : - : e x p o s u r e id C'oin and wei seriolisly | ia p r e v a i l s t".;-.;a!.\- i - i i n . ; ar.fi ! for a. m o m e n t ? In the past six', y- j coim! r i f v . . . In ".i^rarcal. .T-uui- Ten Vt-ars ^ . J a n u a r y 14, .1938 . _ . . Liiij; C a r . a n d a i g u a n s '.vere ; , . , i l : , T e d v a hbi;s v/i'i-. hi.- 'i\v:i :,:iiiv;-. i h u ; usual!-. v . - j : h " Can opposition to the government be expressing : aci-i^ed to "the prank- of ia-.v in : '.^'^,{^.: :l ". l ',V.i. : -nM^e..-,;,- '.i:i:.'.-i r m: » ".h.-w'i-.-.-'-^'iT. '··.I'.'.iiMvai ': .-.d- itself in Russia? Pi-ayda,. the Communist party ; ^^ f TM^ n ^^. \ \«TM^!TMTM;TMTM ^-^ \ '^'^ ^ y --^ K ^^ newspaper, announces that in the recent municipal j 7;-.- v.-.e .lames R. Reed. *m ,,: .,,;. ; .,,; u ; !vp .. ,.· ^. in; -,,, ,,-,.: a i M _ _ :.iv n \^ :in ,. -: ( -.-, York s-vc-tiu. elections 84 candidates failed to be elected, not hav- j^ n ^^^ A C^^E. , TM ? -TM« TM A » r ?'TM]} " c ' ua: ': i ; ^;--' -^^ * ^-hn.no ing received the necessary majority. As there were j B a iiy. Enss s^-eer. _ l^.' 'VV"' 1 "^ no. opposing candidates, the only way in which a vot-; _ rn ^.;;,;!";';;' : ^i,!m^- n '' ;; rS! "^r ,; : v ^ :x : ;: ; ; - : ' : ! ; er could express his disapproval was by scratching 1^^, .-hu:-.;:;' KM'-I, eirct,-d' u,- ;: :i: .;",..;', n .^ ' ; ', ;I , off the name of the man he disliked. " ' ' """ " ' Eighty-four is an insignificant ntimour coiiiparea with'the 766,563 candidates who won. Vet if the idea Is implanted that an effective protest may he: registered by scratching'off the name of one or more candidates, the practice may spread. Even then, Russia is a long way from self-government. Tea Party in Reverse (New York Times) The arrival of the Friendship Trains at their European destinations suggests another project that might be a happy ending to an old dispute. Why not ^ an-up-to-date Boston Tea Party--in reverse? The ^,^ i: :^\-\^:^,--^- ii ^ '·^····'- ^r^\^l : -^.'.i.'i'v ':^ English people need tea, and don't have enough of ,'^"^1*^1^ V"' ( '". a i jl!ir ··" Li ''" :!r ; "·· i! ·····"··'»·-,» :; -'-MW du.- t.. it.:.Returned travelers and letters from Britain^tdl the crand^op^a house, jhe^a^-: piv.-um.r^a - i u i ^ -w.-. . M,nu- i-u,-.: , : :y, UM... ., t - (-,,mf- us that many families save their small quota for their I "I'^'^^iJ."':-':^' '''··'··^·n'"'^-'^ ; elderly folk,'to whom the cheer and warmth have be- --.i;' 1 '-":- ( . ; ^ . I come necessary. Workmen returning to chilly homes., .^ \: : ,', ·',..· ; , ' : '.'-r '-.^·-i^..^ i\..;.'.'·.-. | tired mother from long food queues, need the comfort and pickup of "a nice cup of tea." _ We remember from our school histories that a ship arrived in Boston Harbor on Nov. 28, 177:5, carrying a cargo of tea with the hated threepence tax on it, and that eighteen clays later a group of men dressed as I n - j | dians, with "tomahawks, and other suitable appu.r- _ tenances, seized the ship, broke open the case and ; threw the tea into the harbor. i K O R E A N S K A T £ si S -- F:i:;u!red in p - r i I;y C. S. v t hl'*:".: ;!;.;;,.-;;] ir: i^:v.-.i. ii-v-,t f ^ m r Korean skaU-rs 2re sh'j\-'n in Ne\v York «m t h e i r \'.:.y tn the- 13-I8 ',.;.:i:-r O l y m p i c s iii Switzerland. us 'O^s.^Aii .·sjtLs.'y^o (i e,f G e n e r a l J ·i- v. hat. ho * V. r s l e i n : "T!-- f : . i n a : i d a i - u a U n i o n school i ;"·'·; d.,uo;s^ ai.ou: e.dd. d a a u , ^ - . ; d a y ^ ^ h . ' f . - , v.^ye:^. i,, i;:^ / · _ n: ae'.i- hf : h ^ r R ^ e n i ' J i ) o a r r i . '-.i^o "vi'!ar! j - - n | do: h l n - . J a c k , , f ;:;·; j f i c - i a l h e a i . O,'..;- ^ i n t h e Mi:r.f- ^ ' i i p t p y : ^ PROGRAM : · ' ' · · ; ' i C i : a : j : e r i 7 | S'.;:in.'i!iins nas .-:ci.n u you prel- ; .-'o -:^ ;, t i u . t y u u bc-^n to abu;.- ; ! ; ' , , · - , ! DAM bit her lip. She put the i * ^ly^^J^ } W | - -^ f ; , t ! l f ,. i l l l i n f l , u k e a very a t - '.'. ! i o d i n e i j o t l l f - clo-.v:! u::u .--^Slod : j - . . , , - . : . v - . v r : v if! v::e assure- you l h a l : .v: · · m a n . " l i t t l e . Wiien she- hr^a:i v / i n d i n ^ i 1 ·.;,·.···" icd an u t t e r l y b l a r n e l c s - ; . "i!. :.·:. I ' m a f i ' j i d ! d i d n ' t i n h e r i t '.:·,.·.- -au/(.' a r o u n d A d a m M a r s t o n V , ; !:!'·- f r - m tin.- liir.o i arose t h i s ; h i s Now Britain and other Western European coun- :.:^ .-h encient issue of taxation and representation is reasonably dead. Would it not be a picturesque and timely gesture if the City of Boston or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts should now demonstrate how deeply the hatchet--or tomahawk--is buried by sending a cargo of tea to K n g l a n d ? The rest of us, whose predecessors were also somewhat involved in the Revolution which soon followed the f a m o u s Tea. Party, might be willing to help. Friendship '.' rains have done wonders lor American prestige abroad. A Boston Tea Party in reverse might do in B r i t a i n what the Friendship Trains have do.ne in France and Italy. ' ' · r n fintif-r .-'in.' iivmrjlfcJ so t : i a ' · '.'. B r o n t rc- to -S;.' ; ,:.·;.;.,! · · i i d ; , ·; i - i h c la :ida y c s! i pped an d _ h e _ v/a vcd ; . (,-,, pp c c i mc 0 i j ; , t your doc k on i y : A · i:. i i: ."-.i.-.-rM'.i:; at :i-.;isit,' in the .'... , , , - . , . i . . , . ; · . . : , , ! ; . ; "D;d t h a t q u e s t i o n .'n'. y ; u ' . v i n - r e ' .-..ri!-,-. ,'."";,',".,.','. . ; . . . , ' . j .1 h u r t ? " he ashed. j "y,... \ c . o u i ( i ; J0 . h a t I'm r,«.l. .f )- .Mo:..i.-.y a f t c - r n o j n s most of i ^ x " i , , ! ' . ','·'·.'······..'··.. "No, it v.-asn't t h a t . Brent k"c:js · re:-:::::':'. I " ! b'.-''.'.-r le.ive t i n u . u h . v ' ( . ' - i \ , - p, ;r;t g.-thereci at or ; h u t o u n :;ecau£C he's ti'.e f ; . . y o t a k - ! if n v ' p r e s e n c e :u.-re is u p M / U i n g !'.-a:nd s;,:r.e p:e:»:-:t to e n U r the · - ;;. I t ' · v f ; l l " · a . a l l (iri;;:: l;i"c next, t-.j Mr. Crab- Ssviet- e Seen As AAcicr World Peace Threat . · · · , ' : · ! · . · . : " y. , . . . - , . . . , . , ···\\-c\ j r . i o t 1 " - r :' ( ''-'s »!'(..-'·:··. i t u ..s tl'.en t h a t ,1 ',,;, : ,,,.:,."-"'..;. 1: v;;'.'!;:.'-i' '"^ ·;;"/·.:!;·::, ·'····· ;;-i'».'is 'v'. ; " ! v ! ' : - v ( ; n : ; ' : " :: '" ··· ···'" ·'' ' . ! . . : . ' · · . · " and ; i e : ' , i n r u i - i - . : , ; ·;;·;-' ,;"'[· ^ i -"'' : ^ ^.^ ^ ,,;. " i ^r. v . : n : a n d ' y e v e n e d the j'e'rsia;/s l'^^;" 1 ' 1 ''^ ' ! ." h .'.p; I ': t .' : ' ;s: :.'. ft '. t ' r ^^ f!v.-: ; -;'st tr,i !.:·.··(· ' ' v.'i.i-id I'l.U'/c, :," f ! a n ^ 1 c n t i a ! I y more ilf.-v.i-'talinj.' \ . ' L - ; . ' i . . : ; : ..::i · : : : · ' ; ; l n n i Ijoi; 1 ,!), is t h e Unv;t of ' s:.d p-.r. :: :.-;:'·/- :m , ( . . 1 j '. . ,, , t t ', · ; ( I . . . - . , ! · . . ] ' -.-* · . 1 W I · . 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' n n M i I'n.f.-.-:--".r I l a u liM'.'!'-- ; i;'.\v ;i-,i- id.'a I h a i . v . - l i ' i ' - v - i 1 -ii".\ r ' l l l e d . d y n t h e ' h e a r t l a n ' l ' f r i . M i l h i ' K i l n - tn ii'-i-t i h e V')lc;i c n i i h ! d i ' ' ! : i t f t o t h e J o i n laivasian world." tl-.c urtie.io states. in a l l i a n c e w i t h :i is! iMrter. a n d Mrs. Wrizmann aro sluwn ;i, t h e y sailpil from N r \ v -,. . . . . . , . . . ,, . .. ; : · - " ' ; , ; , j , w o u l ( n ) 1 . warneci a n a c n u c M e a York Cor Kuropp. Dr. \Vci7.mann lias bpri: .-.i-ntionrd as possible , ° v ' ' ," . ,.,''" 1','" ' " " ' h MVI' f M T - - , j c^.^c in '1TM t V , v .vlf.nl- or 'o mini" I'am's h a n d r o i n r n e d to head of the new.J.whh.^tc in 1'ulcstin, £r'aS.^!^^'" ' "" ^"" i d. S, h l^«J t ^1S ££· i " l ^ - lchcd hcr Sl "' Cl " V -

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