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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1937, Chillicothe, Missouri SIX THE CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION C H 1111 C OTH M I S S 0 U RI TUESDAY TULY BITTER FIGHT IN PROGRESS OVER NEW I LEADER OF SENATE Ih is Momentarily Overshadows Preparations For Showdown Of The Court BiU AT CAUCUS T TEST WEDNESDAY Selection of a Majority Leader May Little Rock Arkansas brought the controversy to a head when the Kentuckian reportedly declined to assure Harrison that votes of ab sentee members would be counted at the caucus The neckandneck race for the leadership assumed immediate pol itical significance greater than the Court bill developments They in cluded Advance of a new settlement proposal by a group of Congression al Democrats eager to prevent a March of Pension Army on Congress In 1938 Is The Goal of Hobo Strategist Have Definite Effect On Court Measure PHILADELPHIA July Sergt John Box Car who once jumped on the running board of President Roosevelts automobile and yelled We want a bonus and he it is waiting a chance to try the same thing for a a month serious party split This group for pension for exservice men which Representative Martin Dies reportedly acted as spokes WASHINGTON July in carrying theplan to the A bitter Democratic party battleWhite House They would substitute over selection of a new Senate malegislation requiring a twothirds jority leader today momentarilymajority of the court to invalidate overshadowed preparations for a an act Congress and a Consti showdown on the Administrationsjtutaonal amendment confirming that substitute Judiciary reorganization requirement They claimed support jovcr the country on open air Pull Alfieri led the first bonus army from Philadelphia to Washington in 1931 He started with 300 en thusiastic yeterans and reached the capital with 26 roadweary march ers Since then Alfieri has traveled bill The jof 218 representatives i mans where he meets other rod leadership contest between A declaration by leading Sen ding hobo exservice men and lines Senator Pat Harrison and ate opponents of the Court bill In his campaign for a Senator Albert Barkley thatas a result of Governor Her will come to a test at a caucus ibert H Lehmans letter opposing month pension His slogan adopted from the World War Liberty Loan drive is Give till it hurts and he directs Wednesday morning and may havetne measure they now have more on the court billitnan enough votes to recommit the conflict as well as on party solidarbm to tne Judiciary Committee and j it at the nations legislators ity for the rest of this session dftnat such a motion will be made Congress I this week Some of the foes of the A secret night conference bebm including Senator Edward R tween Harrison and Barkley on the j Burke urged that such congressional special train bearing a motion be made today but it was Senators back from the funeral of generally believed that it would be Senator Joseph T Robinson at j delayed until after the new majority leader is selected An unofficial declaration from high administration confident than at any time in re cent supporters of the He thinks another march on Washington would get the pension If we can get Vets to National Bank and Trust and the latter with the Federal Bureau of Investigation Irene local girl employed with the Whitaker Paper Co was present Charles Bonderer formerly of this city al though not a C B C alumnus was Washington next Sergeant a guest of one of the club members Alfieri said there wont be no trouble the guys and comes out and says Gen tlemen how much do you want Alfieri said the pension would cost the government only a but that he does Selma Betar who has a position with the Department of Public Wel fare State of Illinois in Springfield was a guest from out of Chicago Mr and Mrs R E McAnaney of Fox Lake 111 were also present Both are former students Mr Mc not expect co get it from the present i Ananey of the Telegraph Depart Congress I ment and Mrs McAananey the for But the next he said Opal stacy a Complete Course ought to come through Ill be down there when it opens Jan Alfieri leaped on the running I student Officers of the club who arranged board of the Presidents automobile Jan 5 1935 Secret Service men STUDENTS ARMED WITH MACHINE GUNS RUSJNAPANESE General Fighting Which May Herald the Showdown Was Started ouchap opened fire on the Japanese position Sengtai at 7 p ending a short lull in the fighting Japanese replied destroying two watch towers I The Chinese barracks ouchiao were in flames BABY GIRL HAS NEARLY DOUBLED WEIGHT LANSING July 20MTJP smallest baby Barbara at Luk1 The arILee who weighed a pound tUlery engagement near Sentai lastj and a half at birtn thirtysix days ed an hour In addition to the ago now tips the scales at 2 watch towers the Japanese fire de pounds 1Q ounces domg istroyed the city gates at Lukou MAY HAVE BEEN ANNIHILATED chiao Action of Students Was i Signal for the Japanese Army tc Open Formal Attack The Chinese guns finally were si Jfb b halfadozen electric light bulbs During the first JKonth of life Barbara was kept in 200 I an incubator and fed with a med jicine dropper TIENTSIN July 20 UP Screaming Chinese nationalist stu dents stripped starknaked to em for the outing and were responsible i phasize their determination to die for the remarkable attendance of for their homeland charged Jap tllc members are Laurence Pinnesi anese position southwest of Peiping were prepared to deal with him until i sey I5resident RK Rodewald vice today and started general fighting he jumped back to the street afterpresident Marie Mix secretary and shouting his pica Alfieri observed June 15 the day veterans received their World War bonuses as a day of solemn lest we forget services Its the first he said of the day most of us vets got and spent our bonus cash Ninety days later I was broke like all the rest of the which may herald the showdown j Lloyd Twombly editor of the Dux between the Japanese and Chinese News This committee was respon armies in North China the Jap sible for the reserving of the special cars and signs in the Northwestern Station and the distinguishing badges worn by the guests as well as for all features of the entertain ment CUT RATE GROCERY SPECIALS WED ONLY BELIEVE A COURT COMPROMISE WILL BE ACHIEVED SOON WATERMELONS Each GREEN BEANS 4 39c 25c LEMONS Suiikist FRESH TOMATOES 3 33c 25c bill are confident that the substij A High Administrative Source Issu tute bill now pending will be enI cd Statement to This Effect i acted The vote admittedly will be Today close but the return of VicePres irlent John L Gamer to the Cap ONLY A FEW WILL OBJECT ital will aid the Administration in event of a tie ballot In addition i Truce Is in Force Pending the Sclcc it was understood that Senator j Robert Wagner N whom I Lehman urged to vote against the j bill will continue to support the j Brick or Pimento Lb BACON Sliced Lb 29c 35c BEEF ROAST GOOD LUCK or NUCOA 17c 22c DREFT one 15c boxfor Ic purchase large OC 4OC tion of a Senate Majority Leader WASHINGTON July RETURN HOME FROM DUX PICNIC More Than 200 Members of the Chicago Club Attended the Annual Event More than two hundred members of the Chicago Dux Club and guests assembled in Chicago Sunday morn ing at for the annual picnic of that club which is the alumni I organization of the Chillicothe Busi ness College This year the picnic measure and probably will make a I A high administration source today speech immediately in favor of it i expressed the belief that a compro to counteract the New York gov1 mise in the bitter judicial contro einors message j versy would be achieved which Senate sources meanwhile satisfy all factions ex1 that Robinson before his death two or three opposition leadj bad 51 definite and postitive pledges ers from more than enough for vote for the bill and to reject any proposal to recommit or substitute They ex pressed confidence that the Senate This intimation was given as op posing forces in the court reorgan ization fight met for a brief session after agreeing to a truce to permit the senate to select a new majority was in the form of a train excursion to Lake Geneva Wise where three coaches filled with the former Ducks enjoyed an allday outing and re union with their fellow students and faculty members from B C During the twohour trip to the visiting and registration took At birth a baby elephant weighs between 160 and 200 pounds The Easter egg custom can be traced back to pery early times was the color most frequently used for dyeing since it symbolized the blood of Christ Primitives used ansse Dornei news agency report ed The students were armed with machine guns While their fate was not reported it was assumed that they were annihilated by the su perior force of veteran Japanese soldiers which they attacked Their action the Japanese news i agency said wasa signal for the Japanese army to open a formal punitive attack on the strategic railway area southwest of Peiping Chinesebattery on the right bank of the Yungting river west of Luk place At Geneva headquarters were established at the Edgewater Beach Park close to the famous lake Here the recreation the re1 mainder of the morning took the form of a kittenball game between I leaders death would merely make eader before coming to a test vote j tearns representing the North and j IVORY SOAP 3 Large Bars SUGAR 10Lb Bag WHEAT PUFFS 3 5Oz Pkgs TOMATOES 4 Bread Cinnamon Rolls Cakes RYCRISP Box CARNATION MILK 3 Tall Cans RINSO Z lOc boxes HOUSE CLEANSER 2 TOWN CRIER FLOUR 48Lb on the judiciary issue The agreement for a breathing tentatively listed as supporters of spell provided for adjournment of more certain the votes of the 51 pledged as well as three others the bill In the fight for the leadership todays session until Thursday which will be devoted to considering over of the Senate however neither riding the presidents veto of a bill Harrison or Barkley forces would to maintain low interest rates on express more than a hopeful opfederal land bank farm loans Any timism An impartial check of votes claimed showed that not more than three or four separated candidates the two On the first flight of the Hong Kong Clipper to China the ship carried letters from the Unit ed States to China A lungful of hydrogen will change a bass voice to a tenor The vibra tion of sound is greater in lighter j gases showdown on the court issue thus was delayed until Friday The source intimately related to the court bill fight declined to al low the use of hisname However he declared that there is a very decided belief by all parties except two or three opposition leaders that j this thing is going to work out surj Chillicothe yesterday prisingly satisfactory to all concern South sides After this game which resulted in a tied score luncheon served at the Edgewater Beach Pavilion and the guests scattered for swimming boating tennis danc ing and other sports of the resort Mr and Mrs Allen Moore and their daughters Mary and Martha Mr and Mrs E M Roberts and Mrs Mary McCracken represented the C B C faculty and enjoyed the hospitality of the club The party with the exception of Mr and Mrs Roberts who are spending their in Chicago returned to On an average of 223 doys a year Java has thunderstorms Former Chillicothcans who were guests at the picnic included Mr and Mrs Abner T Cunningham Jr who have positions in Chicago the former with the Continental Illinois HOW THESE CHILLICOTHE MEN CAN ROLL MAKINS SMOKES Leave it to them to get the fastrolling brand thats also mild and tasty THERE ARE MORE good iollyourowners in this town than you can shake a stick at They roll em fast firm and handsome But they dont take all the credit for themselves They praise Prince Alberts crimp cut for easy neat rolling Lays doesnt spill Draws right And that P A nobite process routs harshness lets the richtaste come through P A means new joy in JUST THE IDEA of a Prince Albert makins cigarette gets Harold Steed above feelin good Hes frank to say Im thankful for Prince Albert Its got what I want in a makins tobacco real body and taste with mellow Grover Adams extreme right checks For fifteen says he PA has given me real smok ing taste without bite Coprriffct R J Co MONEYBACK GUARANTEE Roll yourself 30 swell cigarettes from Prince Albert If you dont find them the finest tastiest rollyourown cigarettes you ever smoked return the pocket tin with the rest of the tobacco in it to us at any time within a month from this date and we will refund full purchase price plus postage SignedJ R J Reynolds Tobacco SO MUD fine rollyourown cig arettea in every 2oz tin of Prince Albert A humming bird wingbeats a second RISING TIRE PRICES SOCKED ft Leader of Worlds Rubber Industry Takes Millions of Drivers off High Price Right Tire at Right Price at Right Time ADD this to all youve read about Higher see if it doesnt cheer you For prices are materials all pro duction costs But theres good news from Good year Rising costs put us really on our mettle to show you all over again how far Goodyear leads the worlds rubber companies Months ago Goodyear saw the signs of higher met the threat with the tire industrys leading re sources and talent We fought rising costs with brains and ingenuity And came through LOOK HERES WHY THE NEW IS GREAT See these safemile age bigvalue fea tures which you get at this new low price because of Good years unequaled fa cilities experience and leadership FLATTER WIDERTREAD gives you more traction 12 MORE RUBBER IN TREAD gives you longer wear greater mileage HIGHER BROADER SHOULDERS give you more hold on curves CENTER TRACTION gives you the Goodyear Margin of Safety SUPERTWIST CORD IN EVERY PLY gives you maximum blowout protec tion HANDSOME STREAM LINED SIDEWALLS give your cat smart modern looks THE CHEAPEST THING ON YOUR CAR IS THE BUT TIRESYOU CAN MY I with the husky hand some new Rl AT THE PRICE YOURE PAYING the most sensational tire value of recent years Sensational tirevalue surprite This great new Rl in corporates the principles learned building G3 AllWeather tires most famous in the world and more than Pathfinders Principles of thrifty tire performance ing mileage Every inch of this big tough Rl is built to take it Extra beef in the massive tread more longer wear Flatter wider tread gives more roadcon SITTING with pride on tires with real nationwide leading at the price youre used to paying tact and traction Shoulders higher and broader hold truer on curves It has all the great topvalue year features Center Goodyear Margin of Safety Wider ridingribs for easier steering and slow equalized wear And pat ented Supertwist Cord in every ply for maximum blowout protection Your nearby Goodyear dealer or Goodyear Service Store has the new Rfl in your size Go take a look today coi tioo THIS PICTURE SHOWS THE GOODYEAR LINEUP TODAY C3 GOOD TV EAR CMOYEM SPEEDWAY COODTtU Rl C3 GraatMt and mileage money can buy you at reduced rales SPEEDWAY 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