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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 24, 1931
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Served by the United Press VOL. XXVlll—NO. 32 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAl'ER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION Blytheville Courier, Blythevllle Dally News, Blytheville Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader. HLYTHBVll.U;, ARKANSAS, KH1DAY, AI'UIL 2-1, 19IU SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS FOR CHEAP 1 EPORI SEEING BELIE One Man Against 120,000,000! teini iranl Patron Identified by St. Louis Man as Musing Physician. ST. I.OUIS. April 24. <UP>— Two men. aceiuainlances of Dr. Isiac Kelloy, .supposedly kidnaped physician. saw liiiu In a reslaiiranl here early today, they reported to police James Markedcs. proprietor of the restaurant, and Paul Johnson, Ra- rage niir'it attendant. snid the rean they claimed to recognize n.s Kelley appeared in a daze\l condition, wore nlain rimmed glasses, and liad a large bruise on his face. The tv.o said I hey hesitated to question" [lie man ant! while Markedes called th; police hy telephone the man they believed Kellev walked out of Hie restaurant. Johnson said lie cried to follow him but lost lihn within n couple of blocks. The Kelley residence was informed ol the incident but denied Kcl ley had relumed or that any clue as to his whereabouts had been received. Thr physlrlan has been missin? since Monday nlqH when he lef bis home on what was supposed be a mission of mercy. Markedcs .said the man when hr came to the counter to pay lii« check said, "1 am looking for Or Kelley." "Aren't yon Dr. Kelley?" Markedes saitl be replied. According to the restaurant proprietor the man looked dazedlv a him, tbon left the restaurant, v.ith out rephing. The restaurant 'Is In C2le;l a little more than a Mod iro:n the Beaumont building wher Ke;!ry had his office. He often hU at. the restaurant and serviced hi car at ths scu'age v;herc Joh'.iss: SAN01NO TOOK GOLD BUTTERS MINE- JU,SGUE COUNTfLY -TWO US FIVER? K1I.LHDIHPLA.1E CRASH AT OO MARINES AMBUSHEO COCOS EWER AUG.193&;'' FIRST MAJOS BATTLES' ATOCOWL MAY "Wanderiiiir Jew" v Will Speak at Baptist Churc! The Rev. Mark Salmon, know as the "\Vanderinsj .Tew" wi Tire.uh at t>:« First Bnptir.t ehnrc Pmirhv evening at 7:45 o'clock. A Invitation is being issued by ti' church to the i>cri"ral public t hear this speaker. There will I no ccllection. The Rev. Mr. Salmon, of Loi (inn birth, was born n Hebrew, b!cnd and rcli'sio'is faith. For 24 yearn lie had br-en a Christian. At present his membership and those of his wife and five children are in the First Baptist church of Jackscn. Mo. One of his daughters is a missionary and another fmes lo China scon as a missionary. A wfll known speaker, he has preached in 1-1 states of the union both of gentiles and Jews ED BULL 15(11 Shawncc District Man Candidate for Place on County Board. FLASHES INSOLVENT Ni:w VOUK. April 21 till') — The block rxrlianirt: House ol 1 I'ynclidi ana cmnpaiiy was MIS- I'riulril from lh*j stock fxvliaiiyi' liMlay fur Insolvency. This illustrated map of Nicaragua shows the scenes of some of the Jy Defied U. S. major clashes between General Sandino and U. S. marines, as well as ' ether Incidents that form Hie background of President Hoover's dc- Icrminmloii that he shall be captured. At the left is a closeup of Sandino on his favorite mount. With only one day remaining in which to lib trillions to have thf mines of candidates placed on the ! annual school election ballot, only • one candidate had filed today for n place on the county board oC cdu- ! cation, nnd no candidate has filed j for either of the two places to be I filled on tf>e board of the Blytho- ' vllle school district. Ed Bell, a resident of the Shawnee district, has filed as a candidate to succeed George Hill on the county board. Two seats on the board are to be Illled at the election May 16, the size of the board having been Increased from five to six by the new code, hut while I! has been rumored there would be I candidates from Leachvllle and Elo- jwah Mr. Dell's petition Is the only .one that has been filed. | Two members of the Blytheville school board arc lo be elected In May. c. M. Buck and J. A. Leech are the members whose terms expire. I Petitions may be filed either with Miss Emma Cox. secretary of the S county election commission, at Os- ;ecoln, or with Miss Willie Lawson, For Five Years Augustino ™£ ™^!S1^ VS SandmO Has Successful- "'embers arc chosen by writing in name.'; on the ballots. Under the old law pelltions to have names placed on' the school General Augustine. Sandino. ballot could be filed ten days be- bionoht into the public eye again lore the election, but the new code by President Hoover's recenl hitter nmkes It twenty days. d( mmcialion of him as "a cold-' AT U)S ANOKI.KS i.os AN<;KI,KS. Ar>rn z\ tun — A number o£ carttuiiuki- shnrks "iTf fill tliroufhout Ihr l.os Angrlcs metropolitan art.i today Inii no dainate was reported. CHIEF IS SKILLFUL, Ml STItOMIIOI.l ERUPTING MUSSINA, llaly, April 24 (111') —Thr volcano on' the Island ol Strombnli K erupting a quantity iif ashes and small slnnrs. Thus fur no iluniaje has bren done. ASK All) f'WK EXl'l.OKHItS OTTAWA. Out., April 24 (111'] —Canada was unable' to acl on a request from England today lo scriil ahl by air at once (p tbe Interior of Greenland ulirrc a small parly • of explorers are lusl. The exi'torcrs' were making a survey in connection with (he cstabEIshnvnt of a direct air ruute from London to Winnipeg. Canada. Page Her! Steals Auto Truck to Obtain Meal in blo"ded murderer" with the added; j statement that he will soon be i captured "and brought to justice," * . A. Lynch, Acting President, Will Leave Monday for Arkansas Convention KANSAS CITY, . Mo-, April 24,'- Jr^ tUP) -Up to the police stntlon';,,- ture 'p^ v ho Villa? drove Anthony C. Skrocki. 20, and j For flve years Sandino. with only shouted for an officer. Patrolman I R j, antlfu i ' of motely followers who A. E. Green responded. - "Arrest me quick," said youth, "I've just stolen this truck j government of 120.000,000 persons, up the street and hurry up; 11 i n addition to that of "" haven't had anything to eat for m s mfn have figured in numerous three days and it must be about • bloody battles with U. S. Marines sally forth from the jungles of the i Nicaragua, has defied Uncle Sam's B. A. Lynch, acting president of the Arkansas Bankers' association. I will go to Little Rock Monday for j the annual meeting of the state group. Prior to this convention he has attended all of the seven group meetings held throughout the slate and two meetings est lo bankers. At Kansas City recently he was present at the Mid- West Bankers conference of bank time for me to eat in jail." STflTEptlERS Emergency Loans to Bankrupt School Districts Are Now Available. LITTLE ROCK, April 24. (UP) — Distribution of $2,000,000 to pay back salaries of Arkansas teachers has been started and will prcccc*. as rapidly as applications are nlec by Individual school districts, tic- m GOT ). E. McCucn, Shiuners President.'-(Scores : Gov- crnineut In Business. The necklace, the smile, the tjlrl— they're all from Honolulu. The iccklace is n Hawaiian !el, the Millie Is (or visitors nl the D. A. R coi\vcnllon in Washington, untl the jirl is Charming Evelyn Sanders, ivho came ncross the Pacific to be one. of the. pages at the meeting. REBELS HIDE IN NKW ORLEANS. April 21. (UP) —The federal [arm board represents a deliberate attempt to buill up a hiv.e political machine, and sound cc; -ny demands that it re- lire fro:r. business, D. E. McCuen, Greenville, D. C., president of the American Cotton Shippers assoc'a, .lion, told 1.200 delegates at the ; owning of the assoclr.Uon's conven- . lion here today. , "Let the government continue in Us merchandising nf < ilton. spots nnd futures, and the farmer is doam2<l," McCuen said. "l«t It rellre, turn its stabilization r,lo:k over to the cotlon trad' nl r. lair price, mvJ promise it v.-lll never enter the market again, and will premiss you nn advance of ive cents pei- pound in six months." V. S. roslllnn Threatened Economics and not politics must solve the coltcn problem, MCCiien ^alcl, nnd nt once or America will osc Its commanding position in cot- ,cn. Only economic! 1 , ndinlnlstra- :lon by competent msn, McCuen :old (he delegates, cnn make -for better ijinllty, larger yield per acre, weevil eradication, and rcduc- lion in transportation ccsts and encourage the coiniictltlvc system of merchandising. . : •"• ."I/it'the farm board give. advice," ' lie shouted, "but for. God's 'sake get theni oul of business,, and for the Honduras Mobilizes Trpops cording to C. M. Hint, state *uper- ,j, JV NTCW I P ff %™ Intendent of public Inslructlcift" 1 '' AoaiUSt InSUrEehtS.'fc'S- The money was made available °- ; '_ ''•' Plan Outboard Motor Boat Races Sunday mionmn, me -rut-i Weather perniitting. a regatta is nf i 01 il InUr I'l«"»«l by local motor boat en- ot national inter- i'.._._. _., ....o-.j <.,,.,j 0 ,. -r r » r _ isiasts au. Bartield Sunday ofter- Exfensive Acreage of Beans, Tomatoes and Hay Will .Supplement Cotton. MANILA. Ark.—That farmers In this vicinity arc making a decided effort to break- away from the one crop system Is evident from farm activities this spring. Green benns, i on duty in that country. • » • Sandino has been a thorn In the side of the United States ever since he emerged to prominence !n the revolution of 1926. After two j soyteans, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, years of sporadic fighting, Sandino I on d radishes wll all supplement retired lo comparative obscurity j cotton as cash crops, while corn, in 1028, but recent engagements in l'"y and gardens will provide food _ which eight Americans were ] for farmers and their livestock. .10011 featuring several motor boat I reported kilid have again focused; Several hundred acres of land races and a handicap race between ] attention on this picturesque war-1 are b?lng planted this week In management of the American | " " and an old rior and brought forth .announce- Bankeis association and has Just returned from Minneapolis where he attended a meeting of Ihc presidents, vice pre.'/dents and secretaries of state bankers associations in the H central states. ! fashioned "water bicycle". : ment from the White House that Aaiong the boats which will prob-1 the notional guard of Nicaragua ablv be entered in the races are will "clean up Sandino and his "OM Ironsides" owned by Boone fellow bandits." Hall. Eric Bollard's "Baby Boot- This unusual fighter, who almost lewr". a fast, trim new boat own- single-handed has combatted two ed by Scott Harris will be handled i nations, 1s said to be uneducated New Manila Mayor and City Council Sworn In jMANILA. Ark - - At a special meeting of the citv council Tuesday ni°ht Gib Wilborn was sworn in as mayor, with the following as alderman: Charles McWhirtcr, A. D. Brceden. Raymond Fox. C. W. Tip'.o:i, Bud Ashabranner. The oallis v.crc administered by J. U. Kccdhani. justice ol the jv^ace. Xo business was transacted. At the next meeting, the first Tuesday in May, a city marshal \rill be named. A feature of the Little Rock meet- ; by ^] dRIce and Roiantl Wolf ort- but is a born leader of men and ing will be an address by Frank- ; nnd a new i x)at recently built by '. nn exceptionally clever tactician. lin W. Fort, congressman from New I D S [ mnlol , s . j. \v. Meyers may His followers are extremely loy- Jersey, who will spaak before the ! annual agricultural banquet of the ent< . r j ne . . DDal i n the races. ! al. Many of his soldiers nre mere w ni be equipped with youths. association at the Hotel Marion ou tboard motors with the excep- 1 ! Tuesday. The address will be broad- t ] on 0 J one inboard motor boat ; When Sandino took over Am- cast. Mr. Fort, who is a member of wn | crl probably be raced erican eold mines In Nicaragua, he ) s secn tnat a cur j ng snK ) ma> . UD ' •- — ••---- • beans for the Blythevillc Canning company. The beans will be ready for picking in about seven weeks. Farmers In the Manila neighborhood have signed up for two hundred acres in tomatoes for the canning plant to be established here within the next few weeks Canning oreratoins are expected to start the latter part of July. Radishes are being shipped dally from here to the St. Louis market. An effort has been made to line up a considerable acreage of sweet potatoes, and a possibility The money jy loans made through Little Hock banks and authorized by the slate debt board. Several thousand 'dollars already have been paid olit. Hirst said in some districts teachers have not cashed warrants for several months. The money Is being paid out on warrants mnde payable to teachers listed on applications filed by various districts nnd signed by presidents • and secretaries of county boards of education. The loan was secured by Issuance of short term notes which will be retired from money coming into the school equalization fund. The money has been divided equally among Individual districts and will be charged against future equalization fund allotments. the committee on banking and cur- against a'alnst an outboard boat called thn workers together and rency in congress, will speak on p ii ot ed by Bernard McAfee. , paid them all of their back wages. "Banking in Relation to Agricul- xiie "water bicycle" was built by. He decided not to destroy the lure." Senator HoblnJ-n, Senator Frank Simmons, it Is understood, : mine at San Albino because it Caraway and several other Arkan- am i patterned 510113 the'lines of might prove useful to his country Admit Circulating Kent Attack on J. J. Raskob WASHINGTON. April 24 <UP>- Thc Republican national committee In a statement Issued today I state when, during the World war. acknowledged circulating part bf|he served on the fowl admlnlstra- jn article by Frank R. Kent re- Ition. Recently l-c -vas active In hav- gnrdin? John J. Raskob's alleged '»? attention directed to Arkansas sos congressmen will altend. According to E. J. Brxlman. vies president of the Union Trust Company, and chairman of the agricultural committee, who will introduce Mr. Fort, the legislator has distinguished himself by making a success in' political and business life. He is president of the National Bank of Newark. N. J.. and manager of the Eagle Fire Insurance company. Mr. Fort recently set forth the good qualities of Arkansas people In relating his experiences in the cctlvities against President Hoover, bet denied the pamphlet dealt In any way with the religion of the chairman of the Democratic national committee. the drouth. Mr. Lynch, who Is to be accompanied by Mrs. Lynch, will return Thursday. Lime Deposit Boon to Idaho Farmers BOISE. Idaho. (UP)—A boon to Idaho fanners In the form of an 8,000.000 ton deposit of travertine lime, a valuable fertilizer, has bsen dlscovcied In the Kctchmn country. A company been formed to develop the lime properties and will offer the fertilizer at low price, ha J left the Vatican since Trnverline lime replaces In the ; cf (he L.Ucrnn trpnty which ended soil certain properties used up by > the sixtv venr "imorisonment" of Pope Dedicates College Built With U. S. Money ROME. April 24. (UP)— Pope Pius XI. wearing a while cassock, red hit and red mantle, emerged from the Vatican today and perscnall" dedicated the new College of the Propaganda Fide, which was bnllt with funds raised among American Catholics. It wns the second tlmo the Poo? the unique craft introduced numbfr of years ago. If favorable weather conditions prevail the races will probably begin about 2:30 or 3 o'clock. Heath Hen Doomed to Lile of Single Blessedness WASHINGTON, D. C., (UP) — Officials of the Federal Bureau of Biological Survey finally have given up hope of finding a mate for the only known heath hen alive. The hen now Is living a guarded life oJ ease on Martha': Vineyard oft the Massachusetts coast. The Bureau of Biological Sur- vcv has spent much time and money in an effort to keep this species of game bird from extinction. As late as 1925 there was a ncath hen conference In New Ens- land in an effort to save the fowl. Huni c rs found this type of game "easy picking." The heath hen a but he did wreck another mine ' when he found four tons of dynamite stored there. Where Sandino obtains his arms is a mystery. .Some come from Mexico and others are spoils of inids on the U. S. Marine Corps. He is popular for hjs eagerness to pay his way, but he is also knowrr for his great severity. Punishment for Infraction of his strict lales usually means death before a firing squad. Ons of the most striking phases of the warfare is the discrepancy between U. S. reports of the battles and Sandlna's stories of the losses. For instance, Sandino claims to have had only GO men in the first major engagement with the marines at Ocotal on May 16, 1927. but American Two Little Rock Girls Try Suicide but Fail LITTLE ROCK, April 24. (UP) — Two young Little Rock women siding across the street from each other but not acquainted, were recovering today trom unsuccessfu attempts to lake their own liver last night. Miss Freddy Fostair, 1 1012 Wcs! Capitol avenue, was found in her room by other roomers who detected the odor of gas. The room hao Little if any damage was done b" 11 c ' os «i nnd «• eas jet was open by Unlit frosts Wednesday nnd Snc was discovered shortly after 5 Thursday nights. Farmers are making good progress with their cotton planting, an^ are optimistic over the outlook, federal drouth relief and intermediate credit bank loans have provided about 850,000 to help finance farm operations in this vicinity. p. m. The intense cultivation. Roc!< Island Cuts Fare, Memphis to Little Rock ' LITTLE ROCK. April 24, (UP) — A material reduction in pa^hger rates between Little Rock and Memphis, and Little Rock and Hot Springs, effective June 1 has been announced by th; nock Island lines The present fare of 3.6 cents per mile will be reduced to 2.5 cents rv>r mile under the new schedule, rate will be good onlv -in Bricc, lOOT-i West Capitol nven';- attendants said, swallowed five V chloride of mercury tablets carl last night. Their motives were not mad known. Both were taken lo Gen eral hospital in a P. H. Rucbsl A Co. ambulance. patches'reported from 150 to 300 coaches and chair cars, officials rebels were killed. said. Frequently vnarne aviators have The low rate will be maintained raided his strongholds, but lie has throughout the summer, Rock Is- ahvnys escaped their bombs nnd |'and officials said, and Is being other victim. Miss Allo Rehabilitarion Progresses in Federal Penitentiarie sake.o^Anierlca get them out quick. : ] ,""! kn'pV the l»afd"dc'hlM it is in ' blasln?sv nnd claims it'dces not buy ' of-', sell i any. 'commodity'," IvV . sjld, " owns; and control? Its'sub- M'!l|Vtle>..)*nd'.Uiey buy 'and sell \lK. - .'* u^<i»&(!!i!cy ( •-'-' . .'. -'-v'-.V'-t.. „&. >f Vg Following Is thn first ilkpafch Trom a canrspundrnt In the revolution, zone of Honduras. .U was lied hy Barry J. Holloway, manager of. the United Prcsf bureau at New. Orleans. BV BAHRV J. HOM.OWAY Copyright, 1031, hj- United Press) CEIBA,'Honduras, (via 1 radio p 1 he 3. 3. Gotun to United Press)— 'ederal troops were mobilizing h: he San Pedro Sula region today or a new offensive against the evolutionary forces which have larrassed northern Honduras tlilr eck. The revolutionists, said to Imvt 'een rcp'.ilsed In various clashes in he Cortes zone, were reported at- empting to concentrate their fore- but their position was not definitely known. The Insurgents have bson scattering before the federal advance; and hiding In the rough mountain country, government oflicials s The government troops are we! armed but many of the rebels have nsod machetes as their weapons The reputed rebel leader, Gen Qregorio Ferrera. was said to b: friendiy to Americans ami therr lave been no reports of foreigners being molested. Federal rcentorcements of 2DC men sailed from Celba last nigh for Puerta Cortcz, en route to San Pedro Sula, The entire nation ij under martial law which Is rigid]} enforced. Telegraph lines have been tied up by ths military and communication Is difficult. The rebel have seized trains of the frui companies, abandoning one Stan dard Fruit company train from Celba ,at the end of the line. Bloodhounds Fail to Trac Slayer of Texas ChiL WASHINGTON. D. c.. (UP) — The Federal government Is extensive efforts to rehabilitate physically and mcn'ally thi rners confined In Federal I tions, according to an onnuil re- SAN ANTONIO. Tex.. April 24 _ (UP)—Search for the slayer o I Merle Springer. U, whose body w found In a ditch with twenty-tw loul " ie ', stab wounds in her breast, prove f "' s " | unavailing to day as posses co:> HIS.UU- ..„,,,„, n,n;_ ,^^^-u . . . Sketching thn v/nrklngs of Inc- arm board since Its. b^ginninjs • IcUucn characterized It «s "nrro- . ant, willful arid reckless with tho : atlon's business and money arid omlneering- in its attitude toward- :ie cctton trade." It vas "conceived In politics and nov openly playing politics," and o longer makes an effort to func- ion In the Interests of "farm r:- ef," he declared. Calls Use of Money Unsound ' McCuen denounced as unsound ' ' he asserted action of the board- In . assing over to Insolvent coop^rn; ivcs millions of dollars to mnke hem solvent, to peg prices above a world of parity and to destroy vorld imrkds, to set up a squeeze n futurti ;. markets In May and Ju- 1930, thus destroying the hedgb or the farmer, merchant, and man- ifacturcr, to set up an arbitrary >rlce on raw materials and do netting to i • the finished projnct. The American psoplc unconscl- Dusly follow trends, he said, and ' Ac present trend is to bring all iiislness under federal control. Cotton exchanges are threatened with eclslation against short selling and Tulures contracts nnd such intsr- 'erence would mean the closing of the exchanges. Cotton men should maintain a closer contact witli legislatures. \K declared. Norma Shearer takes Son on First Honeymoon Trip HOLLYWOOD, April 24. (UP) — Norma {-nearer, motion picture ac- trqss. P - Trvln T'nalbsrg, studio executl • -.-ere enroute to New York and Europe today on their first horseymocm since they were married In 1927. The coiipb will sail from New York May 1 for a three months trip a*>r,T3c!. T'^eir nine-montbs-olcl son. Irvin jr.. accompanied U:em. . by „ . B " rea " ° ment. T , of the Justice Departm- tinned their search. Bloodhounds led the searchers c.. a dozen trails through groves of mMqulte and oak It was The review includes Individual *?!" f^ • f ^L^,. t ™" bullets. reports by the wardens at Lciven- worth, Atlanta and McNeil Island, along with those of the superintendents of the Industrial Reforma- flew in a straight line, rather slow-! Sandino expects to be captured ly, and had the poor Judgment lojsome day, but reports from Nica- congregate in large flocks in open spaces. 130 Kinds of Egg Plants I'scd AMHERST, Mass.. ,(UP) — The ragua say he Is tutoring aides who will take his place and who are no less skilled in his strange tactics of gurrrllla warfare. , offered to simulate the taking of | lory nt Chllllcotne. Ohio, and the short train trips. Leighton Building New Tl W • «"**« on East Mam hionai tlonal Industrial Institution for Wom e n at Alderson, W. Va. Discussed in each report was the advances undertaken in educa- was lost and today detectives timed toward the home here of the suspected slayer's lather with the hope he would seek refuge there. new store building, being ' orm °' supervised scholastic en- Police Plan War On Dogs Without Tags City police were oiling up their programs. These educa- guns today preparatory to a drive programs have taken the i against canines not wearing the! Hurts Hand in Auto Spill Near Manila MANILA, Ark—In an automobile accident Wednesday night a mile south of Manila Edwin Isaacs was injured, his hand being severely cut. The other occupant of the car, Paul Cody, was not hurt. The car, believed to have been tr.-.vellng at a high rate of speed, turned over three times nnd was demolished. WEATHER ARKANSAS — Cloudy, , "" 1 onrf ana world's bieg.-st ccllection of cgj-| LEIPZIG, (UP) — Over 250.erected by H. Lcightcn on East;deavor cither in class-room work, plants, it is believed. Is being. American products representing a;M R | n s t ree t directly across from I individual training or correspond used In tests In the vegetable gar-1 wide variety of Industries were ex- • n t$ pi ace O f business, will be com-1 f nee school instruction, dcning department of Massachu-, hlbltcd this year at the LeipzlJ pleted in ten days Chief M. G. Goodwin says tl>3 minimum temftfiMtire tore yes- time has cc-me for drastic action | terdry was 43 decrees at! J the . ____ ....... „_.„. . ________ ....... ____________ _ and makes dire threats against the . ma-- Imum, 66 derrees, cloudy. To- sctts Agricultural <;ollrgc. Thc : Fair. America attracted attcntloni The one storv structure, built ol school conducted for two-hour lives of those dogs whose owners; day a year ago the mlniir -.; tem' ... - . — . At Atlanta, attendance latest thing in spring attire—'he j Accord:n.:, to the official weather new 1931 dog tags, I observer, Charles Phillips Jr., the I the head of the Catholic church. eggplants. , cellrctlon Includes 130 varieties of by her machinery for saving time composition brick, la 30 by 40 feet, periods, five days per week, aver- and labor. | The approximate cost Is $2000. ( aged 317, with 40 Inmatt teachers. have nol n::rehised new dog tags; pcratnro was 3!) degrees <and the for their '.maximum, 77 degrees, clear,

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