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Hill County Journal, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1939, Havre, Montana Sunday JUfy 16 1939 Dots Are Dashing Moire new for dressy day Gloria Dicksonc navyj blue Chalkj white polka dots are re peated in dollarsize on the setin belt Trim is white pique White like thii intricately draped one are THE HffiE Daniig Nazis Have Too Military Monarch Confesses Mu rde ntoViolence oiv Oil Promoter Arrested at Grand j Daniel con fessed he was hitchhiker who killed George Detroit oil I in his June Kent was paroled from Michigan state prison four months Crowd mills about squad car ak as policemen attempt to protect workers on WPA sewing project from angry Beaten in this Patrolman John Gcarty in hospital from Evidence of high degree military organization among the Nazis of Danzig is seen in this picture of a Free City Nazi cavalry troop complete with swastika Liberty At Fair Armless Wonde Towering Beauty At Fair G A sure miff top sergeant might bellow at the ol those pcrs worn hy 4 old Felsal IIj of but outside of that t lie youngest Ln the world j looks quite the soldier in lite state Dies After WPA Strike Battle Daughter Flanks Bridges on Defense Pretty Joan AVhisnant never let the fact she hiul no arms bother for she educated her toes to do the work of lingers and her legs to do the doubleduly of both arms and Shes shown with a ring on her the telephone as ambidcxtrously as Riiyonc with more appendage equipment Joan was a resident ofTulsa and is now of the chief alt factions in the Tlipley Oddi torinin at the Fair on Treasure Beaten by rioting crowd of demonstrators as he helped to rescue nonstriking WPA worker at sewing project in Minneap Patrolman John died later in hos pital Physician said Gearty died of heart CHOOSING UP Jacqueline noted French inspects the icroic statue of Liberty which created in Paris for the French Pavilion at the California Worlds during u visit on Treasure Tho huge figure graces a ourt in front of the building lousing the French With the delicate leaves and branches of a tree framing this mystic Tower of the East at the California Worlds the spot is another one where visitors to the Exposition find Each the many beautiful cornis and fountains has its own par ticular and together they Island a true magia isle of side west coast as ae faces deportation hearing at San is Jacqueline Bridges admitted he is an denied he is a Treasure Isle Vista While Waiting for That ThirdTerm Answer THIS IS A YSTER BOT ISNT HOUSF This striking scene greets the eye of the California WorM9 Fair visitor from the entrance to tho Cavalcade of Jhc Golden West on Treasure The majestic Tower of the the souUj end of the Court of Seven bedecked with gailycolored iUSE THE SUNDAY JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS
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