Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on January 2, 1936 · Page 6
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Chronology of the Year 1935 Compi/ed by .E. W. pelping ami '.' c ." l-nn j Paraguay ac' ' ba,!. of"settlement of Gran "iJIlWar In Gran Chaco cnd- ed - "b'y" truce^ embassy In Fcb . 5-HoUsc shut oft food supplies: - T,,n e 23—unncu ^ cuts. rtnhprt E Wood, cnlc ,'7? (0 e 4S,«as^rssawg •£& SS s^gS^ world for fair play "'.... action by on _»*' s Vi_Thlrty-one conMcts - . ^«S^- Russia j ^|Sod°*a«^f^ court ,med L. W. Pearson as July . up while •/-•.-•= London Tower _ Palace, Prison bank. O(f jui y y 24-Ho«Be Ha«or con- te passed bank bill as FOREIGN _ B ollvIa'5 general army mo bill re- war , passe( l by to Hie ttomnn period, find Sa. served the jnrpo^^^.Si tress, a prison. Bole. American o^ r d ,. Opera company. josef pilsudskl. * * 1 i' a Q t fi(*VCl*JL""*-* lv f nra r"t"?opia S to I" American c tio> , ,„„,„„„ protest note sent 'iSKplidentasked wngre.- ,or'outrisht subsidy ^o mRll con . marine to replace i system. , „ Deal ca celebration hailing tory to c ; crl £pvoiutlon brok« out in March 2*^ e Greece. ) a <lhlpok of Siam abai- eau'd b and r! reUred to private W« n ^ch'5-Qr.ek troop. d.feat reb- * lfl p r rn"e a An d a 0 nOa, eleven years old, - • - ot Slam. __,,| on en ded I conscript "° S 7;.™.- j 86 ^ 9 " World Sept. s assem- reslfe'ned from replace al with mon< treasury. Uken repealed *. * x _ - » t of social sccu- passcd new tax n e w i n. 11« *• miles an hour. Waltkus a ,=-•=-""• ue "ges. Senatepaea farm mom- aara ^ ™*' g amuc l Hoare. m l oa. old League of . ..... | 3 n"foreI B n secretary, -; .. Nations assembly'^"^tlnent unless late herself from £"' 0 con sented p^oTJankYni harbors '- 111 "AU£. dictator of Poland. Cohen , editor AUaW^ur^al'-an'a former sen- at S, r aJ. Gen. Harry J»e, "• 3- « a ' [?-,, t4-Dr. Edwin B. Frost, as- ^iSSSnt Stoval. former minister % 8 ay l l"-™°nn P. Weyerhaeuser. - - Drexe i of Phlla- Evs^r^S Manila mall. M-pWmerlcan llne'n China a Sr ton, Ensland. Au<r. 21—^"" B i -Taied neuii»»- 4I^Hv iTir^ro. b '" 'iiarch 23-Senato passed to take S °Sept. 12. their pact. Sept I 2 — Sccrel Afh onla to keep iked ' Italy and ^ c ^\^ c Kellogg iclr obligations ;sfpt m v- 0 »hiop^n n au o cSt con- drug •works v.ta ap- ^ for Fhl^/^Presldent left on fishlnff 10 treasury blii:""". ". .«„,«« voted 538,000,000 peafed on flight over ;; 2 9_Chlna Clipper arrived at coa, Dcoa ' c _chlna Clipper completed round' trip to Manila. SPORTS f 27—rvcfl- 1 • N., retired of Chl- C. Cole. FoulUe, wuno v-. " ,- -• th m The wans habitants within them. * ssss-JSf-a-s ErrH^rH by all tourists. 4r^e a n b a- ence reports on , confer- new tax In revolt. Selassie of for all Gcs ™? n 2i-Italy rejected peace plan of league committee. coun . " !& voted for prohibition repeal Jan. 1— in Rose BlF^nTi VS-Azucarwon $108,400 Santa Anita handicap. Mnlcolm Campbell 31 I^Rear Admiral W. 4E ^|'-£*%^ Vlmy. , ^ ne nt>-Td^n% M°rr°", ^ broke Texas YUH." -an d local option. adjourned; res , Jrench vlth ' 31 _ B oulsson formed new 4 C -F?ench cabinet ousted by formed new wtn au cceed- a ^ct aB 2^mp^ror Ha,ie Selassiej^ formed Leaeue of Nations k rltrea . &"ener n aT a »olm«i?o P n 4 ot -all Fascists *ature. ni miners and opera- 'continue wage scale ^ u°ntVjune 1C. states Supremo Al V n M"n" reversed conviction and court a^fvin r \T- tw0 negroes in ta- do'vth scntcnco ot mous Scnttsboro case. rall . ,,,„„„„ h °Anr'il s—President his flshlnB trip and ™»= fr ,, bll J-_House Passed McSwaln war proHts bill. public -«'S PS S fe«>-- -»s«^ L ^med dl- >ncy coun- rellef 1* InoheB. at won the Kentucky of Cleveland, American author "^"f-Mal. Gen. Stuart Helnt- ,ong, noted magazine Col. Alfred Dreyfus •William Russell, Tired Youth Dissatisfaction with life seems to beD un«s«ally P-valent during the ^^ST^SS; ^^rs-s^^rs; they never had been born.— editor. July 12—I IVLiv J ^ S'g^jlsggl Irish poet. G S T-R opened defeated Ital- Golden Glove n °J V uly St 25-Col. H. H. Rogers of New York, capitalist. ut mties magnate. Charlesj^A^y silver, veteran farm lt »$£f "9-Dr. Walter Williams, edu- aSMgpw*'- 3 United States senator hcQ - postmaster totcr , ° £ ^"AUS r an diet revoked »an°»?inienVoi? HapsburgB and re- •tored ^^Qp^an government put tan o X n ail religious youth organizations. "^^"^uallans captured Aduwa; o.nno Ethiopians kmcd.^^^, councll "^ lfl _Revolt against Klnff ZOB ' j^gtrid of Belgium mobile accident. !—«^~.can women workers ^vcnShWranchise. Wpizman e , oct . «d c?fl"sident of'World Zionist organ- declared rcHef prngram, and classes of projects nla again won 3r™rs^»S^ another « n . ^ nnlverslty o£ Michigan. ;HS|r^--'« 9 __ Representative Charles „ J fs-Sl'rWilllam Watson, Bng- llS lu|° e i5-WUl Rogers, actor and Iclces named -German relchstag passed ^rand"^r^^S »arrlages_ "^^^Y German "gfSSuTo'KLf^nn^ forolBn loanB^to^Ualy. members o£ n opened head ^ ""April 29—Supremo cou. ^ k ' e y* d j a ,U favor of Arizona in Par case. T T_iti.il States Chamber of sSsS.vrS'Kaffi: Harrison appointed :ourt declared Sept. 20 — .-in to Pacific coast. ioV coal miners won by J Ull« " baseball June 5 exports formally ended •e of Nations. -- • •-- or- into minister to p'etlllo won Indlan- ivo'n Big Ten ;Asa F Kha'n'V Bahram won j State won central In- plttsburgh oh In won from editor anil "author. In ^^"^on'dourlotls, artist. ... T,--.,,!,,™ SCpt -- 1 pre : s I ld n ent l ?f U< PhniPPlne 0 re- 0 -pf.dcrico Paez became . November 18. ^Swear^gen^^: French auw^an^^- j^^ wlte ° h ^^^^« bonus bill. e x-Gov. vVllllam Conrictlon of ^£ o ° ta and four T.antrer ot wort" ^ ™unaB fed- * r Oct 'l-i—Premier H. U. Bennett 'J CB Nov a V,—Greece voted for recall ot JCI1 S B v' U 'i' 0r chi!.cellor Hitler of Ger- Uov. H—Ch.incei^r sicei H( . lmcls> * S Gno'rKe II accepted lous Kgyptlan riots domination. Pr7me - MlrTlster' Bald's"^"won parlla- -•-"-^^llrjo^o^oalth nf the of wlth- ''tol'd 'League of "ssVSisS'a'tutt'. 3^%-asSffl-syssu th Nn a v e Tl-Mussollnl formally pro- : cstnd a^L'^y^ft"^ 0 Ktat'es-Canadlan tru'1 o trci^ty miin*. i ^ iVmt' Ttilv by 5 V^Si? SiS? Ct succeedea 'emplr^^ sident Roosev elt sailed oWoVo^taft of army. Cour( . o£ Er . •all to ' Nov. In chief of Italian armies » )las ; nv- 2 o_Popo Pius named twcn tv now cnrdinals. , , _» Nov 27—Japan selzefl c """]-ir^e -S^SSuHss B fecStT.K.o?rnVn^ W- "^ffl^. WaSnfl,^ the omnibus i\ i ;i y ^ ~~ * * ** r 3™SS«sSfiaart«sa: "&,S'c« «»"»'"' •«»"" bill extend- G. ivestlgatlon [Mroo'aiAioTnVod'mmed States district Attorney a^CmcAKo.^^^ ^^ Wagner labor r^^^ud'i't 11 ' by Comptroller General McCarl disclosed great waste '"May V-Presldent nxed wages and tenco urdt Oct. for .- Brl L n indber P 'rbaby • Roosevelt , In re !S"e a '25-Joe Louis defeated Prlmo Sept. i—<r'" Y Mrs. h Wltaon"'Woodrow. American won Sept. uey I Sept. 2 ,_presldent Roosevelt land- Dame — English actress. Sept. 19—. 7 R Industry. Kendall, veteran Cooper, former U. Oc- court o homo. — Sir Malcolm Campbell of "' 4_Eastern standard time for adopted by n council cQn _ elected mayors Hqp my for "25 counties in eastern province of China. revolt broke out In north-King George II returned new ?S^eSS?r?!|h!ojr Emperor'Halle Selassie formally pro- house immedl- 8h ' man lUbllo utlll- liawson Little Allison won na- holdTng ac^uncons. "NnV ^o——ITU vivi« •' ~ •purtrc" arresting hundreds. ^Revolt in Brazil crushed, 138 be- l "l)e 1 c U1 l-Great Britain ordered na,a? reservist officers to report for 8—ureai uruuin •"•" * ,,',' Ter-d on last peace offer to Italy. "Dec U .(—international naval confer- ""•Hatis Kerrl German church dictate? decreed censorship for pastoral ^Dec"' 6—Church of England com- mUslon "rejected claim of women to Lch chamber of depu- all uemi-mllltary or- Franco- Br Sf IraP&emand for naval parity rejected by other powers in LO Dec 0n i8'-Sir y Ramuel Hoare resigned n ^lH^ Me ,«T wage and labor hours of NRA were unconstitu- n^ -- -^r uariniBi ^»""sustained Presl- ^ov.^- • ^Igne^. ^ Ss"d J4GO.OOO.OOO . Nov. 1 -Presldcnt M K xico , s ohurch f:^to 1 I^»llI t MS^s-church affairs. lntlnn unhe ld Liberty league epw-Bko won middleweight clS'lonship from Yaroi In Pitts 20 — Detroit Tigers won Sept. 20 ^f erl * . If Pennsylvania retired president of rennsy ra sept fl 23—De' Wolf Hopper, American comedian. Blcknell, vice Sept. 29—. Br , nn ^lcan Red Cross. Oh 0c r t ma i-Kan n Harr a man, magazine ed Oot'' 3-Bishop T. F. Gallor. chan- f University of tne aoutn, ^ofH-H'e'rVda Jouvenel. French Btatesnnan^^ rfl c _ Moore of chlca - ancl music critic. Wilson, veteran , Milton J. Fore- Slbert. one of CHAPPED LIPS To auicWy i-elieve racn cooling Mentholatum. for head «o» MenAolatum ointment mfor is more titan shin deep costly cosmetics. Expels poison- body wastes that clog the ous oy was potcs and eventually cause mud- ly, blotchy, erupted skm.Aweek of thialnternar r beau« troumenr will astonish you. Begin tonight. (At your drugstore) SAMPLE GftRFIELDTM RUB IN BACK OP EARS-INSERT IN NOSTRILS— Senator nestor of IN NOSTRILS— £tsssf jsi.*n.ys vtaan* $1.25 ftllDruggists. Descriptive tolderonrequ«t 70 FHthAve.. New York City SkinSufferet* Invalid passed Copeland n Springs, "»• 22-Unlted_StaUs ^ffi^ material to as became premier "Dec 1—Hopel and Chahar provinces northern China, set up auton- """£ W-London silver market col- to l>ec*' 11— Carlos Mendleta resigned ^/ru-Kln^fe decreed res- - mlians defeated Ethiopians In big ha ^l\e S d OU 8ta?es M an U d a Honduras con ^ I?!iCSSS. KtKl^Jc-,, fltinarded Franco-British peace plan. Outer Mongolia invaded by Japan°se and Manchukuan troops. DOMESTIC Jan 1—Rhode Island Democrats by coup seized the senate and ousted ^°Sept 27—Chicago Cubs won Na- Detroit Tigers in first world series Ba oot'. 3.—Tigers won second game fr c. mt C "^Tigers won third world ^oi^ioner,, defeated Al Roth, ' game "«•>•"•—j „ rp \r O'Connor, former chairman U. S. shipping board. ona . l _V i 8 _con gressman H. M. Kim- 'L f T/" n 1 o mn f.Ctn M*C«R< _ Greely, "'V—P l Young George Weyerhaeu- serkldnaped from Tacoma, freed on ^sJ5ii.srp\.^r.Si fc . ,n,. ^^Er^ou^rpiss'rd^! 1 ^^ ing skeletonized NRA until April 1, shifted from ^Geo?ge' N. Peel^^reslgned .» i"--•---•- Tir ,,iio/.A announceu new -Kln decreed res- n 7l : constitutional govern- in B B ypt. Great Britain con- congress Dec' 14— President Mazaryk of /»»«phoslovakla resigned. C * — duard Benes sleeted In- " T- n 3—Seventy-tourin cuiiK»o»n met and organized; Byrns elected — ,.„_ O f house. President Roosevelt In an- 1 losed great work Sl a ^«^ a ^- £ ?o "American c systemr orris Qf Nebraska it a candidate for captured fifth world - Oo f ^Detroit Tigers ^von Bixth »nm« and the world championship. S Oct. 23-John Revolta won nation- al v?V G 'i^-Sl'xto P Esc S obar of Puerto Rico Won bantamweight title from LO M ^ al i« a — Welker Cochran won woN rld-th ee-cushion blular(jB cham- ma "-, states- 27 —Federal Judge W. I. Myera 'and con- . red ° e we Tt states opened "grass root^con Yerence In BprlngneW. condemning ^S^S^iM^ cago, rlor. newspaper r of Chl- the Into- Quick, Complete Pleasant ELIMINATION ^ ov is—Prank Navin. president Teleii*-w •" *** I the New Deal Roosevelt pre- •talled. INTERNATIONAL lan 4—Foreign Minister Laval ot ^ .' and Premier Mussolini ot yrance ^/J^p eac ^ pact conference In Borne, United States Supreme court held institutional petroleum control !,„,:..,">,f the National Industrial Junril-Senate passed the pub* lC Tvm« vZ President Roosevelt presented Diplomas to 276 West Point passed resolution from Notre Dame Tnd. n- june io Jan. 9— dered Germany. commission or- 1 Ca'na'dlan'"government and pay $50,and Laval I gfg £or sinking of the rum running b ..?. twe |^ ar ^,oted to reiolri I independent offices bill. I Jan. 16—President BI 1 i un» • « sentenced to bB Deo 8—A A. U. voted for Amerl?- an Ge«rrer%« Louis beat Paulino _ hote »&Z lB w- ci Ae«rj»*«-" "''TCiFadSf'Juflg. Benso JUllU +* vindicated '"Tun's" r 8 "— President Roosevelt named new NRA board with Jamea Dec 15—Detroit .uiona WOK slonal football championship. NECROLOGY mlral. B Dlnwlddle, pres IdenV eieWnniu."* k ,61 D DO 4AO**"*» ~ ^A^^^^,=^ a dozen other dis- cdtines must function, To make m«i" move quickly, pleaa- -nllv completely, without griping. TSousands oi physicians recommend *irr ,^ VATafova fn«m4i«tfl TonnTTinifiTirl M Qr ,.vi rSTS, dependent omces DUI. 1 "Jan 16—President sent message as urging senate to approve United £- 1 States' entry into World court. ir- l Biaii.a v A-.-irtonfH mpsMatrn out- sance" taxes two years. Tune 18 — House passed ,AAA amendments asked by adminlstra- tl °Tu'ne 19—President told to con- Jun ..... _i-V*n hrook nn irreat for- AERO T „ m—Amelia Earhart made solo flight' Ho^ounu to California In 18 b °ja. r n l 16-"Jimmy" J>oomtl« o .fl ? w ***** __t «1««A Off I Barton Payne in Admiral Robert B. Thousands ot pnysicians lecomniBiia VUlnesia Waters. 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