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,;>PAGE SIX BLYTTIEytLLIJ (ARK.) COU/tlER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 193G How Close Can You Come to Death? Over the bordeiiinc which sepflintes life and death men nncl ^ ineh hu\o apparently gone, only to rcluin by seeming mil their fearful expcifences indcliblj Impressed on Ihcii inlnih those who have gone deep Into ihe \nlle> ot the shndow, Of i Whigs of dentil blushed Fritz 17-year-old cabin boy, Ihe liid. lived through an , none has been closer to Hie niystciies of clcnlh tlimi Slinpllclo Clo- diiio; Philippine Siamese twin, shown nbose with Ills wife In n Now Ymk hospital When his brolhci Lucto, succumbed to 1111 iiltnck of pneumonia, SImpllcIo felt life ebb fiom tlic body of his Uln and tlien lay joined to the corpse until .surgeons could opeintc They semed the bridge of muscle tmrt fiber nt the bnsc of the uhlcli linked the brethren, to give the surviving twin chnnce for his life. but |Pc,ohe ? 200 feet hi,.,. pMnting.^ice, ,)ule comrade, limited to n c^'nUc cHj. Ill, —Uck,! doon ,' u^..^,,, „. v . Wlley> Slccplclnck Robert Borielor reach-} ', , , . ' upper photo, looked , sounrely Into L Atlantic ocean dl.'msler that took' ed for the rope attached to his Ihe lives qf his 3D companions on! sent—missed, and slipped. Down the German motorship Isls. Above,Ihe plunged, at sickening speed, the boy Is .shown In n hunk oil: for 80 feet. A terrific Jerk and one foot caught in a loop of the dungllng rope. Head down, ho himjj, seemingly for ages, until firemen rescued him, his only injury a wrenched leg. ; the hnd liner Wcsternlaml niter he been saved from the u'nle- biUlercd llfcbont below, where ho ollngs to a rope tossed by CUm. res- Roosevelt Mourns Loyal Aide Ropsevelt Makes Announcement As He Sails Fiom Buenos Aiies , BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 2 (UP) — President Roosevelt announced today/ prior l,o sailing aboard the O. •'S. s. Indianapolis, that conversa- • tions would "soon bs undertaken" for 'a new trade ngreement b»- tweou the United States nnd Argentina The president, said farewell to Argentina after a luncheon to President, Aiifustin P. Justo at the United Stales embassy. ' The presldsnt bads "adios' to deletes to the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace, vviUch he cam- here to op=n last'cvenlng I. Jusfo Embraces F. R. He, left with hi^b hopes for the success of the .."American family of Siations" in their striving for a Jie-w.era of economic unity nnd m litfcal psace. The president and General Justo left the U. S. embassy at 2 15 pm for the Indianapolis together symbol of the unity among leaders ' oi tv.o grout American nations •which they hooe to inspire in all the'psoples of all the Americas North, south and central. , President Justo, invited by President Roosevelt to come to Washington nnd keep the spirit of "the good,neighbor" nlive. embraced Mr Roosevelt «hp n they parted. „ Will VIril Montevideo Foreign Minister Carlos Saavedra Lamas was nt the dock to sav i ,, -, ftrewali for the Argentine dele- closc rrleild nml .™«**r of sates to^he conference which \vns wlltl an <>lhor companion ns In adjournment for the day as perienced in police work, ns per- a^^vsss^ sonaliy "> nnd - ~ Uruguav, tomorrow for a dav Secretary of State Cordell Hull amrmembers of the United Shies delegation as well as u S. Ambas- FadoY Alexander weddell were among those who warmly ..raspel the ^resident's hand in farewell. They will remain and carry on ••- •\«rlc of the conference which suggested. Booklets Distributed to Negro P.-T. A. Group Parents'nnd teachers of Mississippi county negro schools vvercglv- OT booklets entitled "Helps" nt the seml-nnntml meeting of the group Sunday at Osceolfl. The 500 present were urged to study this book- ct as a means of furtherlhg. the cooperation between thn parents and' teachers. Annie II. Cu'rrie, Jennncs supervisor, .distributed the booklets. Tlie meeting was featured with .an address by Dr T O iMllei , pnstoi of'llie negro rirst Bautis-t j chuiOi of M-mphls foi the p\st 30 yenrs and author of the "Pictorial Hlstoiv of the Amcilcnn Ne^ro vlio delivered n talk on.'."chlld Trninlu? ' A. M. p. Strong, assistant su- ttrvkor of negro education in Arkansas, also'spoke to .the'niidlsne? which leprcM.nte'l every school dis- rict of the counbv A guest su"ak- cr was the Rev C L 'Cole, pastoi >f tlic while unntist church nt Os- ceola.i "other whits.visitors inchid- ed C L Deei Miperintendeut 31 Tlie , Roosevelt on his public iipiwaranccs, as , - ture, will be missed during the .coming four years, for Gus Genncriel died in Buenos Aires of heart disease. Missed even more by Hi president will be the cheerful demeanor, the loyal devotion of th man who was more than, bodyguard, who became more like ; (he family. replace Gennerlcl the face of death Wlloy was aboard the dirigibles Akron and Macon when they crushed. emerged Nellie Granger, hostess, alive from nn airliner which fell in Pennsylvania, kill- Ing 11, nnd played a heroine role in attempted rescues. Ten days in pitch blackness, mck- ed by cold and hunger, with the eternal. drip of icy ^vnter all around—nnd Alfred Scadding, the terrors of Ills ordeal etched on his face, emerged ngaln into (he sunlight. Scadding and two miner partners were trapped by a rock slide in n shaft at Moose River, Novn Scotln. One of ills companions died before rescuers reached the trio. u In the night's still watches he awoke, "plunging down a mystic depth of cool blue space." So William Dudley Pelley, Silver Shirt chief, upper photo, wrote, declaring he had been "reborn In n swirl of upward-rushing bluish vapor." Lura . Johnson, Mississippi farni girl, "dead" for seven 'hours, sal "up' in her casket and said she had been sent back to earth to heal the sick. Tragic indeed have /Ken the experiences of those saved on the brink of eternity. But a touch of novelty lightens the grim continuity in the "bringing back from the dead" of Lazarus IV. After, life had been pronounced extinct for four minutes, the dog was revived, breathed, and walked again, in a test by Dr. Robert Cornish,- California scientist, shown with the animal. Ihe schools lit .Osccola. W. S. Bnrdbui, negro county agent, led the singing of P.-T. A. songs. Heart as Pump Disputed SAN FRANCISCO. (UP) — The heart Is a lank' and not a pump, according to.far. Kalsuze Nichi, fa mous Japanese scientist, who has arrived In the United stales to make his theories known. He believes that;even if life only begins nt 40, the normal span should be at least 120.' Sororily Scholarship Leads BOSTON (UP)—Boston Univer- sity sororities are one up scholas- tlcally on the fraternities. Women's fraternities have a higher scholastic rating than men's fraternities, according to the annual announcement .of B. U. sororities' and fraternities' figures by Dean Everett \V. Lord of the co'llegc of business administration. WARSAW, Ind. (UP)-There is a limit to neighborly borrowing, Fred Rodlbaugh of Mtlfovd believes, announcing plans to prosecute. Rodlbnugh was short a new lawn moker, snow shovel, two chairs, two wnshtubs, a bucksaw; a spade, two footpHns and n mole r trap. PICKARD'S GROCERY THK SAFEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR MEATS & DAIRY PRODUCTS Wo rece i v e Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized Milk twice daily. \Ve have the most modern Frig- klnii-e meat equipmeiit. Variety of Cold Meets and Cheese. Fresh Vegetables Daily. We Deliver. Phone 673 Chichftsawbft SPOUT SEDAN CABRIOLET IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE* (ot no txfra'coit) .GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION devoted to the president since New- York governorship days will \K another problem added to the heavy presidential burden. he . -" ; New Liberty , Mr f an1 Mrs Ross Marshall of Poplarsville, MTss, returned home I Friaay after spending Thanksgiv- • ,ing with Mrs Marshall's psrenls -Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Marshall, and lamily. Miss Marjone Varncr spent the holiday -aeekend *Uh her parents th» Uev. and Mrs. Varner. at Cordova, Tenn. Mrs.-Ben Aycock and son, Ben Roy, and Mrs. J. p. wheat visited relatives in points of Mlssissipni over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram McDonald announce th = birth of a son. Mr. and Mrs Edward Marshal * M moved Madrid, Mo. Mr nnd Mrs. Eugene Prichard « ar,d family, of Holland, have moved to this community. - «^ Ir ;,, an<l Mrs - Esmond Lower S? M!ss , Lucille Tucker, of Leach- vllle, visited in «ie'home of Mr ^nd Mrs. p. B. Jarralt Sunday, ", i The average man has a. vocabulary of 7,000 to 10,000 words. I while the man In certain skilled I occupations has approximately | 20,000 words hi hts vocabulary. I FOrj SALE "Bernat" Knitting Yarns FREE INSTRUCTION REGULAR CLASSES ' Friday, 2:30 P. M. Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1100 Chickasawba - phone 79 Wanted To Sell 8100,000 Furniture Half Down - Balance Next Fall - Buy Now Hubbard Furniture Co. W«ckcr Service Gas OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SERVICE CENTER Phones 777 - 810 Give Something Electrical This Christmas Electrical pifts ways welcome . combine beauty utility . . . they arc al. . they .w i t h can be used throughout the year. We also .have in a n y other novelty gifts and bridge prizes. TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! We have a complete line of better grade toys —see them before you buy elsewhere WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP 203 W. Main "The Complete Electrical store' 1 1'honc 3U From Diamond Crown'Radiator to..Modern Tail-Lamp'. . . from Turret Top to' Slylorest Wheels . . . it's the newest, most beautiful and most dependable of all low-priced cars. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR- PRICED SO LOW NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION £ VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE « SPORT COUPE PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES (With Doubl.-ArHculnlid B«k» Shot tlnkaj.) 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