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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - April 8, 1935, Frederick, Maryland                                Wtathtr Yuttrday High, 47; law. M. VoL XXV.-Ho. 101, AMOCU1CD Witt banf to read an UM ttwr Mfta to MHP1MOK, MD.f MOHDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1935 EIGHT rAGU TODAY PRICE TWO OBMIi MRS, LYDDANE IS ARRESTED IN ROCKVILLE CASE Treed In Bond Pending Hearing This Afternoon. White detective! debated further arrests la the amusing tangle of plot and counter-plot in the private lives of two Rockville families, Mrs. Anne Lyddane. blonde bank clerk, was Ar- rested Saturday and held in band, charged with conspiracy 'to murder Mrs. Josephine Beall, Darnes- who-tod named Mrs. Lyddane MB a divorce action a year ago. .Similarly charged were Edwin J. Davis, of Washington, and John H. Carnell, Rockville bartender. All were ordered to appear for a preliminary hearing in Rockville police court on April 20 at 10 a. m. Mrs. Lyddane, Caraell and John Boland, of Washington, who pre- viously hid been accused of conspir- acy to murder Mrs. Lyddane's hus- band, Francis, will be Arraigned oa that charge the same time, instead of this afternoon, as originally plan- Joke? No Sir! ned. Police announced late Saturday that Harry Elmer Thomas, sought since early days of the case, ar- rested "by accident" on the Wash- Ihgtoa-BalUnKwei boulevard several miles from Washington. He was picked up as a hitchhiker, according to reports, by detectives en 'route to Baltimore with another pris- oner. The suspect, wanted for ques- tioning, was recognized by Detectives E. O. Lambert and R. S. Brytnt as he stood beside the highway appar- ently fcis way out of town. In a telephone report to headquar- ters toe detectives said Thomas wets without funds and, after reading of the search for him, left Washington in'hope of "bumming" a. ride north. SIX INJURED IN HIGHWAY CRASH NEAR FREDERICK Four Are Still At Hos- jpital, But Their Condition Is Not Serious. George Kerr, Chicago Insurance man, now is sure the sensational hold- up on the Louisiane, crack 'Illinois Central train, near wasn't a joke. who thought one of the four bandits who robbed club and lounge car passengers was kidding when be told Kerr to lie down, is shown here in Kankakee, HI., hospital, a disillusioning bullet wound In one leg. The strange follows: case cow stands as Mrs. Lyddane, free on bail. is accused of conspiring to murder her husband and Mrs, BzsIL Qt John Bolaad, held In default of ball, is charged with conspiring to murder Lyddane. Edwin J. Dirts, held without bond, is charged with conspiring to murder Mrs. BealL John Carnal! is charged with con- spiring v> murder Mrs. Bsall and Is held without bail. William Brown, of Alexandria, said to have'admitted being offered by Boland, which he turned down, to kffl T-j-adane. was released In bond as a witness. Police are still in a quandary- about arresting a Montgomery county man whom they have not named. The surprise move which resulted hi Mrs, Lyddane's arrest brought the following statement from State's At- torney James H. Pug "a: "When Mrs. Lyddane was released the evidence the state had at that time did not conclusively establish her connection with the case. But Since that time, with this additional charge and further evidence in the case, we feel justified in having an- other fixed on the first as well as the second count- Mrs. Lyddane was released when her father, James McLaaghlin. psst- ed surety amounting to or 15.000 on each conspiracy charge. Mrs. Beall Saturday sought the services, of lawyers after receiving several mysterious telephone calls, al- legedly from police officers seeking information. She was told to make no statement by her attorneys, the firm of Peter and Simpson, cf Rock- Tille. i Released. Montgomery county detectives Sat- urday admitted that William Brown. the Alexandria. Va.. man who sur- rendered to Washington- police, had released after pasting bond for for his appearance as a witness. They said that he bad teen offered by Boland In a restaurant oa :vPeansylvaaia avenue near Sixth 750 PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD FOR TAXES Auction Provided Far By Law Will Be- gin At It O'ctock This Mtning In Frant Of CMrthoMe. Approximately 150 properties upon which state and county taxes! ire in arrears for 1934 are schedule! lo be offered for sale under the delinquent tax law in front of the courthouse be- ginning at 10 o'clock this morning. County Treasurer Thomas A. Chapline or his chief clerk wfll be present and th? sale of any property wfll be stop- ped up to the minute of being offered for sale by UK payment of the de- linquent taxes and costs. Mr. Chap- line said. The delinquent list, as originally prepared and advertisid some weeks ago approximated 665 properties. In tie meantime those in arrears paid untS the lift, up to Saturday after- noon, was reduced ta about 150. -Last year-the crifiafcribt'for 1933 aggre- Six were Injured, four of whom are at the Frederick City hos- pital, when a Washington taxicab and Chevrolet sedan, going In op- posite directions sldewipcd shortly before Saturday midnight. The accident occurred at the curve at the edge of the city just lieyond the eatrsnce of Mt. Olivet cemetery resulting m con- siderable damage to both machines. The injured, who are still at the hospital, are: George J. Love, M years of age, Washington, driver of the taxicab, and Arthur Snoots, 35, Brunswick; Mrs. William O. Young and Mrs. Rjymond Browning, of Oermantown, Mont- gomery county. All of those at the hospi-al suf- fered lacerations about the face and head not considered serious. Andrew Pomeroy, 40, near this city, a passenger in the taxicab, and Mr. Young, husband of the icjirred woman, were also taken to the hospital. Mr. Pomeroy who suffered lacerations of the bead and wace was. discharged Sunday morning. Mr. Young, whose injuries were of a minor nature, main- ly a slight scalp laceration had his ETHIOPIA READY TO DEFEND HER BORDER Eaiaetvr Selassie laraes gtateamt Bel- attire Warlike FreparaUosv Of Auoclatrt Pnu, Copyrighted 1WI. Addli Ababa, Ethiopia, April Bmperor Halle Selassie declared today he it ready to pit the 'silver-cover leather shields, curad and ancient black powder of Ethio- flf hting forces against the heavy artillery and modem bombiuf planes of Italy In defense, If accessary, of toe last black empire. Althoufh emphatically stated that Ethiopia does not want war, the dark bearded "king of kings elect of God, and conquering lion of Judah" made plain in an interview that his nation win resist any Invasion to the last mac. NAZIS SHORT OF TWO-THIRDS IN DANZIG VOTING More Than 90 Per Cent. Of Eligibles Participate In Election. By The Associated Press. Free City of Danzig, 'April 8 failed to achieve ROADS CROWDED WITH TOURISTS Hotels In Frederick Crowded Over Week- End. about propertsss aad was reduced to about 168 by the day of the sale. Both the original list as well as the list for sale this year shows a reduction over the year before. The properties to be will begin with those tocatsd to District No. 1 and will be taken up in rotation until the list Is flnallv com- pleted. While the sale is mandatory under the law ihe statute provides that the projarties so sold may be redeem- ed by the original owner within two years by payment of the costs aad taxes. John L. Dutrow wfll be the aurteneer. Mr. Chapline stated that taxes for 1935 due January i, have come in very well during th; discount period cf January, February and March. Prom all sources nearly Is collectable by the County Treasurer. EUROPEAN ACCIDENTS CLAIM TOLL OF 31 injury dressed at the hospital, but was not admitted as a patient. The accident happened a few. min- utes before 12 o'clock. According to an Investigation by State Police B. H. Cesil, the taxicab in which Snoots, Love and Pomeroy were ridaig was en route to this city and the sedan oc- cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Young and Mrs. Browning was leaving the city. As the machines met at the curve the struck the left side of the sedan, the impact throwing the pas- sengers forward in both cars The ambulance of C. E. Cline and Sen was summoned and Mr. and Mrs Voting, Mrs. Browning and Love were Uken to the hospital. Mr. Young remained only enough to have his injury, a scalp wound, bandaged. Following an investigation Officer Cecil stated that charges win be made later. Despite weather reminiscent of win- ter, culminating with sleet Sunday evening, Frederick hotels, small Inns end tourist bouses experienced their best week-end of the current year, with practically all available rooms taken Saturday night, it was learned Sunday evening. The Francis Scott Key hotel, this city's largest hostelry, was forced to turn away gusts Saturday night. The hotel was experiencing another busy day Sunday. Hotel Frederick was also crowded Saturday night, as well as the two previous nights, and had a good nous? Sunday night. The increased business was attri- buted largely to the blooming of the -cherry blossoms" in Washington, which annually attracts a huge crowd from many states. Many out-of-state motorists, the majority from Pennsyl- vania, passed through here over the wee4nd, going to and from Wash- ington. Quite a of persons stopping at Frederick hotels and were also SPONSOR OF TEACHER OATH BILL EXPLAINS Nat Apply Ybitiag Members Of Pacalties Of And Universities. By The Associated Press. Hyattsvfile. McU April 7. The teachers' oath bill, its sponsor, Dele- gate John 6. White, Democrat, Prince George's claims was never intended to apply to temporary lecturers, who country from foreign on their way back to northern homes for the summer after spending the winter season In the South. The large business locally was the more unusual in that there was nothing rpecial of a purely local nature to at- tract tourists here. Police heard re- ports that hotels were filled over the week-end from Washington through his section to Harpers Ferry because of the large crowds "to witness the cherry blossoms. Although traffic -as at its heaviest point of the year over local highways, there were comparatively few acci- dents. Machines moved in a seem- ingly endless stream along the high- the their two-thirds majority In Sunday's Volkstag election, polling 59.93 per cent, final official figures revealed. Of votes cast, Nazis polled Without the results from the Muni- cipality of Danzig, the Nazis had been Dosing ground, according to unofficial returns. Official figures stopped about mid- night when the Nazis' lead of 80 per cent, began to drop. Senate officials had promised final results every 15 minutes. The vote announced for the other parties was: Social Democrats, Com- munists, Centrists, Ger- man Nationalists, Front, Fight- ers, 750; Polish, The Nazis, after a campaign similar to the ones in the Soar Plebiscite, claimed better than a two-thirds ma- jority of approximately votes when the 187 polling places closed at 6 o'clock. That would give them absolute political control of this league-mandated city. Heated passions aroused by the campaign ware held within bounds tut Socialists said several of their men recently had been beaten up. A two-thirds majority would have permitted the Nazis to alter the free city's constitution so as to abolish op- position parties. Any change, how- ever, must be approved by the Coun- cil of the League cf Nations. The election was to choose rep- resentatives to the Volkstag or Lower House of the Free City's parliament, Trhich was dissolved by command of the Nazis last February. There were seven parliaments on the ballot. Mora than 90 per cent, of the 000 eligible voted, officials estimated. Seven thousand voters were brought by Nazis from abroad. They walked the streets with colorful badges pinned en coat lapels for identification. All day long the" Nazis extended their vigilant effort to get out the vote and show the world that Danzig German and "remains German." Off To Join Pacific Fleet 34 DEAD, 100 HURT IN STORMS OVER WEEK-END Twisters Hit Hardest Itt Vicinity Of Me- Comb, Miss. Sleek and formidable looking, Its huge guns impressive, battle planes mounted in their catapults, the U. S. S. Minneapolis, one of Uncle Sam's new- est cruisers, is on its way to Join the Pacific fleet. The beautiful craft Is shown as it left the Philadelphia Na vy Yard. over a large part of the week- end. April CeMer Ttau March. Prom a weather standpoint, Street, to kill Lyddane. but that he had spumed the offer. has denied he intended going through W with me plot, his attorney. John P. I Mullen, of Washington, has said. S CASE POSTPONED I Racing Car Flanges At Chateaa-TbJerry. Fraace, KUUag Injuring sixteen. By Tbe Axaoeutctf Pnn. Paris. April least 31 persons were killed Sunday in widely-scatter- ed accidents In Europe. A racing car plunged into a crowd at Chateau- Thierry. Prance, killing two and in- juring 16. six of them serious. In Copenhagen. Denmark. 13 were killed and 50 to 60 injured la a railroad collision. In Bombay. India, a blast in a fire- works factory killed 16 and started a landslide, which may have and injured many more. Rescuers were stin starching the debris for 'iodies. come to lands, "The whole issue revolves around what is meant by a teacher." White said. When the bill was before the Rouse judiciary committee I explained that it would apply only to permanent teachers, regularly attached to the school or university. "I recognized that cur institution of higher learning derive great Benefit for through an exchange of ideas with leading authorities of other nations and there Is no' intention to make the provisions of the bfll apply 10 'hem was just about as as April has offered in some years. As a result of the chill, April has now -litccine colder its predecessor, March, considered a wintry month' Ihe average April temperature for the first seven days has been de- grees. while the average March tem- perature for the same period was 46 PROCESSING TAXES Of Diftaiml PwtyvtMs Aecl- ttart Charge Tsxttay. Failure of Mrs. Heien A. Anton. CVDCAJCCC North Beata street, to appear a: UF EXPENSES hearing In People Court Saturday en charges of falling: to stop aft- er an accident resulted in postpsae- BARN AT JEFFERSON DESTROYED BY FIRE lufcpeMeat Haw Ctmfmmj Eagtee Seat Ta Seeae; Pusraage In Danger. xoent cf the case until Tuesday eve- ning. when it is scheduled for a the driver of iae machine which look By TSf Washington. Aprfl AAA discloses today that it had collected through j; processing taws, bai that it in Jis efforts to raise farm prices. The taxes are levied oa cotton. wheat, earn, hogs and oUier major comauafes and provide ihe lands with Secretary Wallace and his aides pay fanners to curtail. aa eratfc from the Jefferson j sbw: iflterswuoa westward down the ewn Wssi Patrick street hill about 9 o'clock Wednesday night. After striking a parked machine near ihe top of the hill car a short distance farther alt ths parked aato of T2ghawa Aush- anaaa. knocking it apoa the pave- aad ajalnst the side of a Mrs. Aatoa was apprehended a short later by Officers Ce- cil aad Trippe at the Cramer bser gardea. aad the charge was catered. When she failed ta appear In court Saturday the cffkxas secured a war- rant from Justice AJtca V. Bennett tod went to her home They reported that sfte was HI, aad the hearing was pjjtpontd. Aasheraun stated that James E. owner of the offending auto- was In the car at the Fire of undetermined origin early this morciag destroyed a bam ased as a chicken house, belonging to Thomas KeUsr. ia Jefferson, and was threatening the nearby buildings of the Lutheran parsonage. The Inde- pendent engine from Frederick re- sponded to an alarm and was at- tempting to bring the blame under control The fire was at UK northern end cf Jefferson. The firemen were us- ing water from a nearby cistern bat were unable to save the chicken- bam, which burned to the ground. Very close to the burned building was the Lutheran parsonage, tenanted by Her. George H. SeOer and family, to- gether with the garage aad other tuildlngs. The Sremen were concen- trating on tueiuuUug the blaze from degrees- grees a eccumubUed deficiency of 56 degrees week. April fc exactly eight de- day below normal, with an QUESTION COUNTY MAN IN ACCIDENT G. M. Fahncstack, 29, Tharmont. Ac- companies Officsrs To Chambertborg, Investigation. GOVERNOR SIGNS COUNTEE PAPERS Illinois Executive P r e- pares Way For Extradi- tion Of County Negro. The sleet began late Sunday after- noon and continued into the night. mixed at times with snow and occasional showers. Although there was quite a bit of hail in the storm. it did not lay on streets or pavements. melting In temperatures of slightly above 40 degress. There were reports of snow flur- ries early Sunday and there was a probabOitT of snow over- night, since there was no indication of clearing weather at the airport station at 10 p. m. At that time, it was snowing in many sections to the west Including Cleveland. Aron. Pittsburgh and McConnellsburg. The mercury registered M Hegrees here. Following questioning at his home near Thurmont. George M. ,Fafane- stodt, 29-year-old laborer, Saturday afternoon accompanied Pennsylvania officials to Chambersburg where a hit- run accident Wednesday night, which caused the death of Arthur Wells, 72. colored, former Chambersburg railroad porter, is being investigated. Officers wjre quoted as stating Fahnestock admitted during the ques- tioning that his automobile struck "something" as he was proceeding through Chasieersburg Wednesday night. He wfll be held at Chambers- burg pending an inquest Into the ac- cident and it was said that no charges had as yet been preferred. The police chisf and a detective from Chambersburg went to Thurmont earlier Saturday in connection with the case and conferred with Magis- trate William K Stoner. Stats Offi- cer A. F. Andarroi accompanied the Pennsylvania officers to the home of Fahnestock. took place. where the questioning It was said that Wells. Aprfl has yet to produce a debated as to whether day. Five of its flrst seven have been c-oody. the last four in a row. The others were partly cloudy. There was little possblllty that today would be the flrst clear day. ROOSTER TAKES BAIT INTENDED FOR TROUT Snfey AftersMMi Creek Fraak Wetite. leading to the parsonage buildings. A large crowd was attracted to the tlaae. of the collUioas BangU was aaaiaiooed to the hearing. C. Gordon Rice has received Ms jiBobitawat as postmaster at Char- Pa, safoecding UK tate Chas. I Stover. Since Mr. Stover's death. Brown, his daughter. NEWSPAPER! Christian Btcntler of Ruiherford- ton, N. C, the only private cttiaeo UK United states government ever licensed to coin money, tamed out in gold between mi aad 1MO. Boy, 11, Riding Bicycle Over Landing Field, Killed By Plane Pilot Said He Did Hot See Child Until Just Be- fore Accident. By The Associated Baltimore. April eleven- year-old ojy. riding a bicycle across the CarUss Wright Airport here was struck and instantly kfficd today ay a plane gliding in- to make a landing. The youth. Harry R. Btrcktoad, Jr. was midway across ihe field when the carriage of the plane, piloted to the graoad. He suffered fatal injuries of the -wad and chest Capt, Sammon toM police that he atone in the ship and did not see tHe boy until be was almost on up cf bin. A crowd of about 3.000 gathered to trifenss a narachate exhibition before the accident Witnesses said JheBlrck- head boy aad a companion were Along a path. wWch cots throogb UK and were about in carter UK tending crem when Samnwirs slanted to. The other boy Tbe appetite of a large Barred Rock rooster proved keener than its judg- ment Sitardir afternoon when It ihe bait intended for oae of Fishing creeks treat. As a result It graced the table of its owner. Frank Weddte. caretaker of tbe city receiver. Ja the foraj of chicken Sunday. Mr. Roosier came to his downfall SaairdaT afternoon when a fisher- man from SsaUi Market street, laid his rod. with a worm-baited hook oa She ground, while he went Into Wed- ihe although struck by the machine Wed- nesday night, did not die until Sat- urday morning. Since the officers had no warrant, Fahnestxk. who Is formerly from to return with them. He was advised by the magistrate to return, since he he could hav; been held locally for the affair until a warrant was forth- coming. Ha resides about two miles Extradition papers fcr the return of "Diamond Tooth" Claude Coun- tee, Frederick negro, to this city for trial on robbery and jail-araaking charges were signed Saturday by Gov. Homer, JUInois, according to "dis- patches. The papers, previously signed by Gov. Harry W. Nice, cf Maryland, were presented to the Illinois Gover- nor at Springfield by a party of local officials, including State's Attorney Sherman P. Bowers. Chief of Police Alien Bartgis, Sheriff Boy M. Hiltner and Deputy Sheriff Verner Redmond. With the extradition papers signed, the Frederick county authorities to- day to hurdle the final ob- stacle In the way of returning Coun- tee here. This is a "fugitive hear- ing" scheduled for a Chicago court, when evidence against Countee will be presented and the losal authorities expect to show sufficient reason for the negro's return. There is a possi- bility that the negro will fight extra- dition with habeas corpus proceedings. for which the Frederick officers are prepared. The hearing was originally set for Tuesday but according to word reaching police Saturday, it win oc- cur today. THREATENED TO SHOOT HIS WIFE Urbana Man Jailed On Saturday Evening For Hearing Today. south of Thurmont Bank" section. ia the "Mine STREET COLLISION Operaton Of Can Settle Dasaages for a soft, drink. he reraraed he found rod missing. Investigating, he Two autsmobiles were damaged ia a coQisioa at the intersection of Mar- ket aad Fourth streets about aixht Saturday. August Aaders. New Midway, was proceeding north en Mar- ket street when his collide! with aa comiag into Ma ket frcm Fourth street, opexaied o? R. L. Keeacy. WaJkersriae. Police but entered ao charges when damages were setUed between ths operators of the machines. It was reported that aa aa- toajobUe the tJrbana pike Saturday afternoon and weat into a field, with scare damage TROUT FISHERMEN PURSUE RAINBOWS Anglers Maintain Finny Tribe Wasn t Biting Wen Over The Wetk-Ead. Chasing rainbows Sunday were hundreds of Frederick county anglers tctent upon reducing the trout population in Fishing. Hunting and Tuscarora creeks. Tjnmindful of over-> cast sky and raw temperature, fisher- men hi slightly reduced numbers than 3ast Monday when the season opened whipped the trout waters Sunday. According to reports fishing luck wasnt ao good. Jack Cave, this city, ir the only man said to have caught i is limit of ten. One of his a :3-inch raintenr. Guy K. Motter and James Solt got nine and seven re- spectively at Fishing Creek. Any number of brooks too small to keep were landed, but as a rule those of legal riae remained in the streams. Operatim. Pan River. Mass. April 7 After his wife charged he threat- ened to kfll her, Elmer Harmon, near XTrbana, was arrested Saturday night by Deputy Sheriffs Charles W. Smith and John Crnm and lodged in jail to await a hearing today. Neighbors were said to have wrested a shotgun from Harmon before the officers ar- rived. The affair took place at the Har- mon home where, following words'be- tween the couple, Harmon is said to .have struck and knocked his wife to the floor. She pulled away -from him. it was said, and fled through a back; door to the home of neighbors. Har- mon was then reported to have grab- bed-a shotgun end proceeded to the neighbors' housev where he was dis- armed and the officers summoned. Following reports of disorderliness and fighting Henry Gray, WEI Fisher and Sylvester Poser, all colored, of the Lime Kiln vicinity, were arrest- ed by Deputy Sheriff Crum and plac- ed In Jail for hearings today. There were a number of city ar- rests on minor charges. James Lowery and a white man who police was took drunk to give his name were taken in custody by Constable Guy Anders and Officer George Hoff- man on drunkenness charge and held under collateral each. William Brook, colored, wss arrested by Con- stable Anders and Officer Charles Blumenauer on drunkenness and dis- czderly conduct charges and held un- der the same collateral. Charles Wilkerfon and Hazel Wilk- irson. colored, were arrested by Of- ficer Lawrence Pagan on charges of cursing and fighting on the streets end held under collateral of and costs each. Eugene Wright, charged with disorderly conduct by Special Deputy Roy Gaver, was held under collateral. Harry Staub, charged with drunkenness by Officer Daniel Swomley. and Walter Hallman. color- rd. also charged with drunkenness. r.ere held under collateral each. Russell Repp and J. S. Cramer, charged with parking violations by Officers Allen McHenry and Cannack. posted collateral each. Two John .Does also posted collateral parking violation charges. At a hearing before Justice Alton Bennett In Police Court Saturday night. Waiiam Jordan, colored, charg- ed with drunkenness, disorderly con- tact and cursing, was fined SI and costs. He was arrested by Officers Hoffman aad Swomley. Five John Bf Thi Associated Vita. McComb, Miss., April four persons today and more than 100 injured in the wake of tornadoes, which swept over Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, bama and Florida yesterday after- noon and last night. The tornado took its heaviest toll in this section of Mississippi with 10 reported dead at Gloster, six at QuTs- burg and three on a plantation near Woodville, Miss. Rescue crews searched for the bod- ies of 10 persons believed drowned when winds overturned their house- boat at a logging camp six south of Lake Providence. Three others died in scattered sec- tions of Louisiana, and Texas. Among those reported dead Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Whittington, of Gloster. Whittington is an uncle of Con. Will Whittington, of Mississippi, and a brother of State Sena-tor Luth- er Whittington. Timberman Reported Dead. W. D. Hogue, prominent Natchez, Miss., tlmbermen, and his brother, John Hogue, were reported drowned in the houseboat accident, near Lake Providence. Northeast Louisiana felt the brunt of the destructive spring tornadoes early last night when at least four persons were killed. Texas and Ala- bama also felt the storm while Flor- ida had scaitered thunderstorms. One cone dipped from the sky at Providence and another struck near Sicily Island, 75 miles south of Lake Providence. Several houses were de- molished wind, rain and hail ad- ded to the discomforts for two hours. Lightning Kills Two. Lightning Accounted for two yesterday, striking down Marion Fri- day, 30-year-old farmer near Chest- nut, La., and I. J. Stevens, 32, er near Crestview, Fla. Property and crop damage was re- ported running into the thousands of dollars. High winds prevailed in Mississippi and Louisiana, throughout the night. Hail was so heavy" In some places that it resembled a snow ket. GRANGE OFFICIALS MEET IN ROCJtVtLLE Montgomery And Howard Covnty Pomona Unit Decide On Fra- grant For Tbe Tear. j-nunr Neaison, tea-year oW San violation charges. Jose. CaL. lad. underwent aa oper- aUon to correct his raptured dia- pbragm shortly alter 10 o'clock Sat- 1 at Trucsdafc Hospital. Does forfeited collateral on parking Mrtften Xees. The Room Mothers of North Mar- ket street school held their regular Jimmy took the proceedings calmly. zoeeUnf Thursday. April 4. The His mother accompanied his as far as j uesideat. Mrs. Roy Schrceder presWI- It a few feet away and 159 fee: of Hue roa off the reel Tracing ihe ime he evTOlaany tocaSed the Barred Rock an the end of it wiui the hock down !ts throat. Aa effort was made Jo extract Uae hook, bat li became necessary to behead the TMi A, Lewis. weB-kaowa local Saturday observed IDs 70tn ai bis home near Predsrick- Mr. Lrwis, whc has Men serioosly ill fw toe past two weeks, was reported after two very comforujjls days. A Dean- ocrai. he has m-abtr ol the the aaJoaiobnes it was carry- were damaged was not bat it 2s bellered were transferred to aacibrr carrier asd the Jouraey coc- tiniwd. Tefttag O. K. Aprfl "reveal- ltH- ing of the future" can continue un- zbaied in Hagnstown. After due 
                            

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