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   Monroe News Star (Newspaper) - June 13, 1935, Monroe, Louisiana                                 ni.fôÇÎ3rM'cirëss"  '|^gRa¿;ig:ub3.ect „■  ■■'*"11 ^dcDend'enee of Áe pub-  V »¿  ____ before the Monroe  'club' at its regular meeting iday noon, on the occasion oi iVs observance of "Railroad  ,'ii’consumcr, as a taxpayer and * great service organization, Ihc j^f^co^tribiit^ to ,locaV needs," ?iipeiiker“isaid. “It is a human en-aware of and interested in our Vai’probleflis, an important local  r.àndfÜie support .. . ûts,,’an employer of our peo-al.'customer of our industries.  Itelydestroyed !', the^ - western  ' low of 'their \ráges, thé ràii-)ly^ róní' woidd ' Ètop; rThe put| “';by\ tíie ’ railroads from, l«w#i íes i^uld vanish. And, 'most int of all, you would lose your 1-rgervice, Whüe fee railroadf pwdrat ■ on' you, : you are also ent on the railroads.'* 'entertainment program includ-“ 'il numbera, by the Missouri qúíctétte. Officials of íhe IIU-níráV’Á. & L. M, and, Missouri ;'’lines ’wiere honor guests al ibljliinchéon» ;S. A. ‘Moss had ôf;'the prograi^ Vice-President Siédenhàrn presided in the ab-;\of,’President C. Ç. Cbívert.,  iw w  arid ' a 'Mexicanir  ■ , 1  .Threè ; negroes ^ cHarged .with ,selüng',marijuána cig-| aréttes were ■ convicted in the district court here. yestenJay and another negro accused of the same offense en-ered a.-plea of guilty.  The defendants who were tried and convicted, were Dave Bradshaw, John ¿acey,'H. O. Brown, negroes, and Maximo . Martinez^ Mexican. Robert Walker, negro, entered a plea of; guilty.  The passing of the sentences was^ deferred. The minimum penalty for; the offense is 20 months in the state; penitentiary.    i  Attorneys for each of the defendants sought leniency from the court, and attorneys for the four defendants whose cases were tried asked the jury- to recommend suspended sentences. ' '    y '    , ' i The court concluded the narcotic cases with a night trial of the Mexican’s; cáse.  in. ‘ the • morning'. session, Teddie Smith; negro, was tried on a charge of larceny of an ox, ahd was found ^ilty.    f  THREÈ ROTARY DELEGATES ATTEND BIG CÓMVÉNTIDN  ARE ORDERED TO CAMP  Five reserve officers of Monroe and  |parisli^;ihi^eSp  there. The officers are Maj. O. C. Roddy, First Lt, R. J. Goza and First Lt. F. V. Reitzell, of Monroe; Second Li „W.', 'A. Guy, Jr.;' ofSwartz;' and First Lt. Harry W. Page, of Sterling-  TORRY-GRANT  ^ CtlbUDRANT, ta.; Juné 13.-(Spe-cial)—Prince, Terry and Miss ,Chris-i line Grant,, both of Choudrant, were quietly, mawied Juno 8 at the Pres-i byteíiañ nianse in' Ruston.. Rev. Mc-Fadden performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Terry will make their home in Choudrant.  JUNE 13, 1935 , -By Harold Gray*  J^»L-BtRD- ST^NO IN MV WAY , Win:; HE9 REFUSE^ MY OFFER TO BUY HIM OUT, EH? WOMDER IF -HE KWoWS HE'S SIGNED HIS DEATH ; WARRANT^ I’D .HAVE. SHOT • HIM IN HIS OWN OFFICE -  BUT HE WAS LUCKY- GOT THE , DROP ON ME- NO TIME FOR SOFT TACTICS- MUSTN'T LET HIM GET SET-  HERE- WHERE ARE THOSE-TWO BIRDS I SÊNT FOR^i SEND ’EM HERE-  USTEN- TOMORROW WARBUCKSs IS GRAFTING AN INTERVIEW TO p . THE .PRESS- THERE’LL BE A HUNDRED OR SO REPORTERS-YOU BE REPORTERS. SEE? GET IN- GR/^B OLD EON AND BRING HIM HERE, AUVE- >  that’s a    OLD -  dodge- QETTIM' I CON IN FRONT; IN PAST TH*    NOBODY'DI  GUARDS WITH. B    SHOOT '  THE REPORTERS WE'LL GET TO EON BEFORE ANY OF ’EM  for fear O’  COOUN’ HIM-IT’S POIFECT-WE CAN’T  THE GUMPS  The Twilight Of A Great Man  •Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Washburn left last night for Mexico City where Mr. Washburn will act as one of the three official delegates of the Monroe Rotary ■ club at the organization’s international convention which opens Monday.  . ,,,The other two delegates are Sig Masur and Harvey Trousdale, both of whom, with their wives, have already gone to the convention city. vH ^    ' 1" '•  A dog owned by Mrs. Paul Jordan of Chattarjooga, Tenn., nursed four motherless kittens along with her own five puppies. ‘ .  ^His Curious World Ferguson  Die IN FULU VIGOR., WHEtt »EÄ VsOR-K. IS DONE.  A TREATISE PUBUSHED ' IN UDNOON, IN 1703, STATED THE BELIEF THAT BieDS MIGRATED TO THE /HOOV, AND THAT THE JOURNEY TOOK.  TVyO N\ONTHS TO OOAAPLETE/ DURJNG TWis TIME, THE MOON WOULD AAAKE TWO TRJPS ABOUT THE EARn>t.AND BE BACK AT THE SAME PLACE TO RECEIVE THE BIRD VISITORS... SO THE AUTHOR REASONED  01»3» ar HtA SERVICE. INC  SI/VSOM ttOUVAR.  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