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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1929, Middlesboro, Kentucky %se The Daily News to Tell Your Message to the People of the Cumberlands. The Only Daily Paper Devoted Exclusively to the Interests of the Cumberland Empire. VOL. XIII. NO. 355. PUBLISHED KVIiltY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY MIDDLESHORO, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, .It.UNI'] PIJIILISIIKD I1V NEWS CO.. INC. FIVE CENTS CLEAR CREEK SPRINGS OPEN NEXT MONDAY ay Run for Gov. V Address Scheduled for Next Monday Night. Th? Clear (.'reek .Mountain Springs will be formally opened to the public next Monday night, the 17ih. The new dining pavil- lion has been completed and a dinner wi.l be served at one dol- lar per plate to all the Middlesboro and r-.nevilie people who wih at- tend. Dr. II II- Savage, of Pon- Michigan, one of Ili2 most not-1 ed Baptist piea hers of America will deliver an address in the an- ditoriuni at The dinner in tlie i pavilion wi 1 be served at six i.'-' c'ock. Those who ea-unit attend the dinner .should avail themselves of 'hear'ng I.'.' Savage. He is one MOVEMENT ON PREMIER TO VISIT.PRESIDENT HOOVER jjflIJTU APRK1 AW Heading- for Senate IT" jAaheville and Aug- usta Party Confer i With Leaders Here. L. S. Moody, secretary of the Chamber of of Augusta, Mi wee? i iwens, managing edi- tor of the Augusta Herald. Roscne A. .Marvel, manager of the Konil- v.'nrtb Inn, of Ashevil'e. and Fred Wecde, of the Asnevill'.' Chamber of I'ommer e, met a group of b'lsi nr---- men at a Innchi'on yesterday al'ternon, where plans for the pro- motion o" r. S, Highway Ni. 'f. were discussed. The. purpose of the party from Ashevillc A minor current at the nation's Augusta in visiting a numbe, capital has it that James J.'Dnvis, Highway N, Sec.utary ol Labor, will soon re- of the most popular radio pi sachr.vs sign from President Hoover's in the country and he has -yme all cabinet to become candidate for the way from Pon'iac for this or-'Governor of Pennsylvania, hi.; n.t- casion principally because his, live state. church as well as himself, is great-' ly interested in religious work in tlie Cumberland Mountains. Many improvements have been made on the grounds at ear Creek principally among which has been the re-location of the dining pavillion. It is now one of the best things of its kind in all the country. This, dining room will now be open for the rest of the summer, and individuals, groups and clubs can have their parties out there and be served their mea's by taking the matter up before Aarid with Mrs. Elizabeth Jeffries who-will, have charge. A phone is installed on the ground whih can be ruiiR through was to simulate attendance in ino-.'ling; to hr- held ai the Kenil- worlh Inn, in Ashevil e, on 2-1. at which' time it is booed to create an organization promoiion. of this grea from Canada to' Florida. I j Mr. Marvel, speaking for tin jjjToup of visitors, stated that hea.t.v cooperal-ion was being had from iall of tlie cities solicited, especially Cin.innati, Lexington and Knox- vilie, and that the prospects are that a attendance will be had i at tlie Ashevillc meeting. i i i To Knise Advert isinij Fund I The plan is to secure a fund of at least .fliiHiu from all of the 1 i towns on the Southern portion of j Highway 25 to be spent entire- ly in adverstising tlie route in thi Old Orchard, Maine .Northern cities. Plans for the first trans-Atlantic j tnat tlle iFRENCH FLIERS HOP OFF TODAY IN YELLOW BIRD j Nationalist-Labor Re- gime May Be Doom- ed by Party Split. t 1 Cape Town, The of the I'nion of South Africa a e 'at the polls today casting their lml lots 'in one of the most (.rueial gen- eral elections in the history of I III'. country. Today's election decides wbelbei i the present -abor ro.ili- tion ri-miii.ii! in power or wid be 1 replaced by a major ly Coverninent j form, d the ranks of one party. I'pun Ibis also the fate of the native rran-1 IchiM-, a ticklish question in South j African politics, llonoral .1. M. present Woodrow Snyre of failed to remove the franchise but Uu, his failure did no......I eon- wants SCat in Irovi-i'sy. at Washington, D. C., mnl tll the announcement that she will run against DR.H.U.ROOP SPEAKS TODAK TO liolh parties that this I pre-election cooperation would j j cease on election day. j neither party rel.MVe.il a clear majority. General President of Univer- sity in Address Today. Dr. Hervin U. Roop, president of Lincoln Memorial University.-Bpo'ke on "Thu Challenge of the to the members of the luwam's Glub, lit the noon luncheon today, with the ladies of the First Christian Church. In hia address Dr. Hoop stressed some' of the important thiiiffs which' cviii-y business man should consider in his development, lie aaid that the open mind was always essential to growth, the providing of a fallow field for ideas to sprout and to grow. He Biiid "let not the good keep out the stating that many times the acceptance of what is good pre- vents the accomplishir.ent of much greater things. "Do the work of the day in the was another point which he stressed, explaining that by filling each Hay with tivity, and doing everything which comes to hand to do, rneans greater success in (he end. 'Plane Destined for Rome Is Wrecked in' Take-off. e j Mr. Marvel stated 'rime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, right, liritain's Lab.ir Premier, I invited the Lat'irites to join ticks only a cordial invitation ft'om President Herbert Hoover, below, i p.iriy in forming a (lovenimeni- .o bring him sailing over the sea to exchange ideas on reduction of j arousc-d considerable laval tirmtiments, according to a London daily. MacDonuld would s'v'.-'on of the ike lo have Mackenzie King, left, Premier of Canada, will, him at. i f lorn on, lie __________ _ __ VOTES the history of aviation1 ,lrom iu M grounu wnm can ue rung UUUUBII P' .v'll .-change Fverv werc upset .here today when tne tlie i inevi American monoplane Green Flash I jjoaij from to Florida." In I gretft summer out at the'grounds.' plowed into the sand off the beach tile colirse his ks> in I'The Iia'l Vuc-ition. 1 t; -hool -in -1R attempted on lit to queries from local husi-, will start tomorrow lo1 Vun for ten I, jcdwl lo Rome- I men, Mr. .Marvel said that the days. From now on some pro-' previously, the' experience of other loealit-ies in ad- j grams will be operated for all -the Frpnch mononlane Yellow Bird had yerlismg roads as a whole proved j summer, winding up with the i d fcct its pro- itu be and that this ex- j jiuriinent with Highway No. ii posedllightlolans ought to prove as He an inspection showed the ican monoplane would have to be returned to the factory in Wil- mington. Del., for extensive repairs and reconditioning. Both wheels broken off. Part of one of tlie propeller blades was shattered. The covering of the motor was badly dented and j Dr. ]loop, in speaking of the im- portance of optimism in business life, complimented the spirit of optimism which has been exem- i plifiod in Middlesboro in recent ,s, especially during trying owing the flood in the I -ibor parly. I_______ i Ho saitl such optimism and I Labor Split i iir I such faith'means much in making i But the Lauorites aceepled the Wan US I' VOgVeSSlVe I ,t happier community. He also "J j p foi'i'inentioned the spirit of confidence, the spirit of which should 1 'resident. he cultivated in the heart, 7 In closing. Dr. lioop told. of. the Selection of 11 PARTY MOVEJEri assembly in August. FALLSHEARJNG TO BE year Nationalist-l-abor I'oalllioii n party split its own ranks anil May Nominate dates for County Hqove Officers. Seven Minutes. Power .Commission Kxpected on Cumberland I'alls Project, but] in the bcginr.'ing they should i as a minimum deshed, the only salarii's contemplated would n The Pact, as me coa........ of the pending farm relief or tar.lI ol the day. G. .11. Talbott and Dr A meeting of the Democrats Waslnnglon seven; hasheen Hoop were the winner, of the at Bell county is called for Saturday, without ti word ol discus- t i prize. Dr. S. .E. "nil in the City Con, t sion, the House today Ihrough ,lf Lorincement th< in All Democrats motions o ebniinating tin, de-, Bn when j t 1. V has' c.ear Creek Spring program, espe. in the county are invited to be an rom he a nlimst a- two, I the South Afi'i'.-'.m party bade into proposition was approved by j power. administration as either a part] John Burnett the chairman The Pact, as the coalition h'1- relief or tariff' of Hie day. G. H. Talbott and Dr. i (ion's farm bill and sent the bill i i been advanced hy a other senators and is 'known to! night at the Springs. have considerable sympathy among! initiated. of Washington The next meeting' the motor was damaged. The wing of the Federal Power Commission strut of the left wing, joining it; Kxample Of August was definitely fixed for Friday af- to the fusilage, was smashed I I, M. Mood, secretary ternoon at 4 o'clock at which lime! Williams and Y.-incey said they Augusta Cbtimbsr of Commerce, the prolonged consideration of the probably never would attempt an- told of the experience of Augusta Cumberland Falls nower develop-. other take-off in the Green Hash in securing travel over IHighway ment project will he resumed. lo- Rome. No. 1, which connec s with Highway The" present power commission, i The Yellow Bird, piloted by Jean .No. He said that three years lirst meting some months ago, asked its counsel to prepare H too. off at through Augusta. A fund an opinion interpreting its powers. develop- tl- Ml-- u .4. the mile long stretch of rida cu.es to direct travel over Highway I. He said that the _______ results were so remarkable nrss boomed in the i-ity, anil addi- ter the Yellov: Bird had taken off lions to hote.s were built to laki, on its proposed flight to Paris to-, can- of the trade. Tourist Promotion
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