Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on January 20, 1939 · Page 8
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Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas · Page 8

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Friday, January 20, 1939
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ASSOCIATED PRESS PICTURE MEW W IT HT H EI R S LI C K CIT Y W A Y S, the chickens belonging to George W. Young of « Kansas City, must be lifted up to.'IbedT at roosting time. Young's regular Job is running a street car. J BEATS A SLED, admits Mrs. Robert W. Cleveland as she starts on a brisk dash about Palm Beach, Fla., using this contraption. The attractive East Orange, N. J., resident went to resort to escape the chill rleors of whiter. THE DAYS OF THE COAL RUSH on above site of Pittsburgh Housing Authority's first slum-clearing project was brief but highly satisfactory to the nearby residents. They grabbed shovels, bags, baskets, and dug some fre« winter coal. The housing authorities called the coal part of the famous "Pittsburgh vein," hadn't expected the outcropping on their laud. V C , « Nevr i Y - orkt Sh ? Iias thc n"» n aeement of two hotels t'^ti 1 so « apablc Have those hands been that the $5,- withf l u ! , SOn 3 J st clectcd her P rcsltl on«- Here she Is dealing £r a fo i vl " robllem - Formerly Maria dc Hamlrcz of Tucson, Arizf. Mrs. Kramer recently bought the 57,000,000 Hotel Lincoln. BAR ASSOCIATION delegates meeting at Chicago nominated Charles A. Beardsley (above) of Oakland, Cal., for the American Bar association presidency, the election to be held at thc coming July convention. He would succe.pd_Frank_J._Hogan. FAIR WEATHER_or foul—finds Mrs. Walter L. Hensel (above) on the Job at Santa Barbara, Cal., where she has the necessary equipment in her back i yard. One of her four daughters '.serves as assistant. She begins 'he,r weather recordings at 6 a. m. GLOO M Y over the prospect ( ofi; lasting peace, Mrs. Carrie ~"apman Catt (above), pioneer 'fragist and soldier of peace, ; said the "world outlook Is dark" .^recently in New York where she I. friends observed her 80th bjr0i.d.a.y.,. INAFIGHTING MOOD, Max Baer whispers a sweet secret (how much he wants) to Mike Jacobs while Manager Ancil Hoffman cocks a listening car. Maxle, mentioning Lou Nova, Galcnlo and Joe Louis, hopes the fingers stand for $100,000. SNAIL SSCRETS unfold for Dr. Stanley Truman Brooks, a curator at Pittsburgh's Carnegie museum. With his wife, three children and a Pekingese dog. Dr. Brooks went to Newfoundland, collecting 30 boxes of rare snails, some unclassified. . Not in THE BURDEN OF A WHOLE STATE ' »ugW is Hep. John J. Dempsey (D.-N M« ) 'who iu^™' ' 9 eoree S< wuiian » (R.-Del.). other. tadWK^ ' ? K E E P< A D ATE >W IT H UNCLE SAM who plans to combine his fleet and air forces durtar Immense war games In the ~ area, 48 navy patrol bombers like this one lifted from the bay at San Diego, Cal,, and began a non-stop, 3,500-mlIe flight liyl4tAe»j»y^^ / , USING HER HEAD, j this skiing enthusiast, Helen'l Keysser, wrapped her ears up, well before braving the.moun< talnous slopes of St. M'orltz,'•»•' Swiss winter, resort. ,. LIFT EMBARGO against Spain' demonstrations, sttged «y Wt'lSyMty 8roup ln , Washington, 1 !). C., were led by Milton Wolff .(left), a former International brigade commander, Smith ,W. Brookhart of Iowa, and Mrs, Alice Liyerlght, once Pennsylvania welfare commissioner, Embargo prohibiting, shipment of •S9J & J»y.§pjnJshJj8llirjir,«Bt|.JS8»ON* Jn«4 l«!«-ta Wiy>-lWi, J- v ^ i, 1 ' ( * ^ 1 *i 6 V ; t t;.,^,,.^^^^ .i"t'*i - ^.4%,* * KEEP SPANISH EMBARGO, urged these speaKer,i addressing a Washington meeting attended by several thousands' of anti-Loyalists, or pro-Franco, sympathizers. Left to right: Martin Conbby, New York lawyer; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fulton J, Sheen;'. of Catholic university in Washington: Miss Alleen O'Brien of San.H „ c J "- 1 ^W5h^dMDrosjJnSpaU } ^ ) .t 8l apnJ^J

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