The Miami News from Miami, Florida on January 16, 1937 · 22
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The Miami News from Miami, Florida · 22

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PAGE .TY-TWO MIAMI DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1937 .Residents In lee Floods - Big Chief s Go to School NEWS OF TODAY Is Brought Before Your Eyes By WIREPHOTO mmmw. r. i r-rvr i 4 . rkJ I w ', -X- 2" rn 1 : - -. CHICAGO, Jan. 16. Associated Press Wirephoto. " RAMPAGING RIVERS that forced hundreds to fie e homes still surged over their banks today, but the : flood menace may be checked by an advancing cold wave. Top picture, taken today at Springfield, Ohio, shows a portion of the Mad river, which was three feet over its banks, menacing homes. Be- low: This was the scene in Ravenwood, Ind., near Indianapolis, as waters of the White river over-. flowed. ' . . DAYTON-, Jan. 18. I EN FLOOD WATER places of safety on a river bridge. Associated Press Wirephoto. WHEN FLOOD WATERS inundated Island Park here, auto trailers and the occupants -were moved to The "trailer residents have been living at the amusement center. .Associated Press Wirephoto S I I N . . ... CHARDON, Ohio, Jan. 16. T , ; 1 1 " 1 K ' HEADING . FOR New Tork jliillll 1 SSS S5pSSB,, today, Thomas Bevington will -- - ' .v " show his ability at calling hogs . " ' 1 jF ' v an( calling square dances at a '"jf ' ' f - .i :::: z :. : :::::: " i- .... s --f':.--.& .y i u : I VVV " : ff W CHELAN, Wash., Jan. 16. Associated Press Wirephoto. SV , ' Jii" AN ORCHARD worker, C. C. Fleming (left), 63, held today in a -' r-Jy Pu to decide who will spend $200 monthly in a six months' test of il jfT " the Townsend old age pension plan. Mrs. E. D. Smith (right), S?; V 'J? Chelan Townsend club president, help to arrange the unique ex- ' , periment to prove the plan sound. ...... . ' . ' . ' ( - ": I ' .-A I c1; L's- I fT J"' be KffP''i ' .""!""" ,l,'.3f '5 I v Sniin .1 . i ,ii . ri .w.mumu-mr-.,im. mn yl.,... .. i ,. . i n rr i v Associated Press Wirephoto BELLINGHAM, Wash, Jan. 16. ARRESTED AND charged with participation in a holdup, Lee H. Fowler was questioned in connection with the Mattson kidnaping when he refused to account for his activities at tne time the boy was snatched. LOUISVILLE, Ky, Jan. 16. Associated Press Wirephoto. . HIGH WATER FROM the rain-swelled Ohio river has backed up into the "Portland boat canal today, covering the locks. The V-shaped wickets shown here outline the top of the lock. The powerhouse in the foreground is out of commission because of the water. , CHICAGO, Jan. lfi Associated' Press' Wirephoto. ' TO KEEP EXECUTIVES and engineers of large industries up-to-the minute in the operation and maintenance of modern machinery, the Armour Institute of Technology opened the nation's first classes for the bosses of such large firms. Enrollees are shown at a banquet preceding the first lesson. From left to right they are (upper left): D. P. Moreton, professor at Armour Tech, and Allen McKen- zie .representing Wilson & Co., Chicago.- Upper right, John J. Schommer, trustee oTf Armour Tech, and F. M. Gillies, assistant economy superintendent of Inland Steel Co. Lower, A. L. Eustis, president of Economy Fuse & Manufacturing Co.; Dr. W. E. Hotchkiss, president Armour Institute; J. D. Cunningham, president of Republic Flow Meter Co. , Associated Press Wirephoto SACRAMENTO, CaL, Jan. 16. OFFICERS ARE carefully checking 26-year-old ' Arthur Madsen's story today of his whereabouts between Dec. 27 and Jan. 11. He is being held in jail on a "hold" order. According to the police, Madsen was recently in Tacoma, Wash., and is being questioned concerning the kidnap-slaying of Charles Mattson. Associated Press Wirephoto MARION, 111, Jan. 16 THIS WATER, seen lapping over a church on West Main st. . here, earlier reached a depth of three feet and flooded several business houses. This is within four blocks of the main business district. FTTpn ' M W (..-. I ; 7 ': "I. '" ' issMaii " U, .' - - t '''stirri - L JC - - . .... . x' , - - .jW!WW.'j 0 13 WASHINGTON, Jan. 16. Associated Press Wirephoto. GREETED BY CHAIRMAN WHEELER of the senate railroad investigating committee as he arrived here is Richard Whitney, former head of the Ne w York stock exchange (right). Whitney is here to testify in wht the committee terms "the muddled history" of railroad financing. WASHINGTON, Jan. 16. Associated Press Wirephoto. CALLED AS A surprise witness before the senate civil liberties committee was Yelverton Cowherd, Birmingham attorney. Cowherd is shown here, at left, with Senator La Follet'e, chairman of the committee, as the ytalked together after the hearing. Associated Press Wirephoto MUSKOGEE, Okla Jan. 18. PERSONAL representative of John J. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers of America, . David , Fowler, declined to attend the Southern Tenant Farmers' convention today, charging its aims were an "adoption of the Russian policy." ltAMIIlill). Jan Vil'IfthiS n Vml t0 WPA" just as this poster, carried in .1. M"w5t..- f thC Wrke" Alli AmeriC' WPA organization, vis- JL jT v f Associated Press Wirephoto WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 TESTIFYING before the senate railroad investigating committee, Francis Ward Paine of Boston said the Van Sweringen accounts made up "20 to 25 per cent of his firm's total business and that they were "in a state of unusual tension." ia 1930.

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