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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 8, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 Wi)t Abilene Bail? 3^eporter  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES”—Byron  (Evening Edition of The Abilene Morning News) NUMBER 154  VOL. HV. Full Leased Wires of Associated Press ((^) United Press (UP) ABILENE. TEXAS. MONDAY. APRIL 8. 1935— EIGHT PAGES  Demented Boy Kills School Girl  I *  Long Flight Ended, Hamilton Awaits Death  Hte spectacular flight across the four-state area shown on the map enderl. Raj^inond Hamilton. 22. right, again is back of prison bars and once more will await the march to the electric chair behind the scarred brick walls of Huntsville state prison, shown below. Over this wall Hamilton and two other convicts escaped In July, 1924, the engineer of the break being slain by a guard shooting from the tower shown at the far left, Hamilton, recaptured in Fort Worth, already was facing 262 years in prison when he was sentenced to death for murder of a prison farm guard In another escape January, 1934.  Hamilton and Palmer to Die Together  mnm uMifiTûf6' TRAIL OP Bfmmi  LEWISVILLE,  (Mh* tx>hhertf BTíiímV,  POQT IU3RTH' CdpitiJiaiwitk'  ouiiskalaprll 5,ms,  òeodK pcHÿ crvn£ ¿sz'ccr,  V  Li^MCASTfcft  òarUL-raJybery fcòrmry m4  MEMPHIS, TENN. I*  'èceìt,7n£urck, 50/“SS  I  Hokbfíl Sdft^ I ¿scsLped Î police irdp,  —^ uMit& peei j ciitystoSf I stolecdrs,  HUfTTSVlLLE escaped perdieniUry ^ July 2Z    /  wOUSTOn —^ t^^ídnAPed rtpcTtrr f  *-to.tcttkUstpry' J  ■*HMprik.l92S ^  0EAUMOIT  Looted HAtía-At y oiíMPti ârmsry,  ! PsbTtiSTtt ¡qAíi  ] Spring Term Of Federal Court Here Gets Of f To Fast Start  V  1  J  18 H SIED li  fi Li  1  3L  Seven criminal ca.'-et. were dus- non Stan.sbury, violation of the Ing and Bill W>Btt, Harrison Nar-poead of    In    the opening session of    Dyer art;    and    B. F TYxland,    Ed M.    eoiic act, U. S    v>.    Dr.    L. i«  the spring    term of the United    Hudgins    and    Harold B    Shook, ^ Pannley and Pr, R    E    lire.    Harri-  States court. In the Abilene division    counterfeiting.    .son Narcotic aei; and U. S vs.  of the Northern distHct of Texa.%    Case of the    United    States    vs.    liaymond L, Di'aver, Internal rev-  when defendants pleaded guilty be- Alton C. Wesierman of Bla.siland , enue law.    ~    —  rilitiaw/ Tn Rp Tak-pn tn    iorr judge wmiat* H .Uwell of    county, charged with the violation    First (letit jurv for the term was    Slayer, ArreStCCl While  UUllctW lu UL I aivcii lu    nica-ning.    Sentence    was    of the internal revenue law% rested emimnelled during the fim session;  ni^trirt    Tniirt    Tn    Hpar    deferred    in    eaeb case.    with the    jury    early this afternoon,    with 29 namei on    the    ll.si.    Petit  uidiiiui    uuui    I    lu    iicai    xhose    pleading guilty were Edgar    , He was    charged on two    founts,    jurors include H. L.    Beasley.    Trent;  npath DatP    Spt    For    MacOonald. violation of the Na-    iK\s.session and concealing of un-    Cf. C. Bonner. Ans<m; H. U Brown,  ucaui uaic vjci    , tlonal Banking act; IXirner James    taxed liquor    Lueders, A B. Callahan, W(X)d.*5on; i  Hulsey, mail fraud; Ed Mackall and    1 Other ca.ses    on    the    criminal    Wallace Cox. Haskell, J B, Day,  Windie WMlllams, mailing extortion    | docket are U. S. vs. L. Jack Potter. >    Rotan; L. E. Qreenlee, Wayland; W.    |  _    ir T r*    A -1    o    letters; R. Dick Allen and G. C    counterfeiting; U. S v.v. Arthur L.    H. Ounn. Colorado. M. U Hamlin,    j  CENTERVILLE, April    8.—    Duma.s, violation of the internal    Miller, eounterfetting, U S vs. Dr.    Rig Sfiring. A. M Heani. Ea.stland;  May 10  Leading Search Party. Is Taken to Sapulpa. Okla., For Safety  (UP)—District JudgfC S. W.    revenue law,    Raymond L. Deaver,    Light foot. Harrl.son Narrotie net.    L. A How ley. Tlirockmorton M.  Dean said today he would sen-    violation of    the internal revenue    u s. vs. Dr. W. H Butler. Harrison  RivmonH Hamilton. Tex-    I"": •>»»''' T.    Hammond, alia, V.r-    Namotlc-aot; U. S v.. Ralph Wall-  1T  J  tence Raymond Hamilton. Tex IS killer, to die in the electric ehair on May 10, the same date ?et for the execution of Joe Palmer, the outlaw’s compau-on in crime.  Sentence Today District Attorney Max Rogers who obtained the convictions of b<^h Palmer and Hamilton for the    ___  murder of Major Crowson. a pri.son ptrrj • ,    Z    A m P T Í T 3 D  guard during an escape from East- UTTICIalS OT A ITl 6 f I C d H  • ham farm, previously announced CottOfl COOpePatlVS the sentence wou’.i be impo.sed today.  Rogers said Hamilton would be removed from his cell in the death house at 3 p m today and taken before Judge Dean in a  hee t:Ol Kl. r»ie C oh 4  1  J  8  I  CofC Begins Fund, Membership Drive  iïlOP18  Also Attend  Success Greets First Efforts of Canvassing Directors; $4.000 Is Sought  Success wa.s greeting the effort* Monday moniing of members of the board of directors of the chamber  I  Directors of the We.st Texas Cotton Growers Association opened a sepcial    meeting here late Monday morning of commerce to Increase the mem- ^  session of    district court at    Hunts-;    at the organization** headquarters, , bershtp roll* of the organigttlon and i    _    *    t    o ♦    x    ;    vw««*-!  ville.    prefacing the second annual mem-, raise a budget of 112 000 to carry'rreSluGnt    10    HeiUm    I 0    , home.  DRUMRIGHT. Okla., Apnl 8 (UP) Gabc William.8. overall ed son of an oil worker, was held today for the brutal kill ing of Kathryn Clme, 7, whom he said told him she “wanted to go where her mother was.” The mother died last summer.  •Not Right Mentally *  Wilhams’ mother te.^iified : Inquest that he wn<s "n it ri^ht ‘ mentally, but “awfuliy good to children."  *rhe girl w’«« killed with a ten-pound rock WilUam.s’ age was given vnrioUiJy a* n years and as 20    His  parents .said he wa.s 20 years old Almost simultaneously with the return of an inquest verdict of •‘death by a blunt instrumctv in the hand.s of unknown parties, ’ officer found a pair of bloody overalls in « clothes hamper at the Wtlhami  Judge Dean and Rogers left for bershlp meeting .scheduled f o r om during the ensuing year a great-HuntsvlUe at noon. They were here Tuesday    iv enlarged program of develop-  for a session of the Leon coutPy • • The prewdent. N C. WUhamsou of „vent as compared to recent, year district court.    Providence.    La.,    and    tin*    sec-    10    o'clock    Monday,    morning  Palmer was sentenced b\ Judge retary, W. R. McCullough of New sixteen directors were at work, each Dean at Ander.W Saturday. Loyal Orleans, chief.s of the Amerlc^ holding name* of ten bu.slne.vs men  i The boy was tak'ui to ï*ï - *1] i I ^ CâpilGl    TUGSdây snd    ì    Inr safckeepuìg lu èlic    Creek    county  «X X    r» I' /    rv •    1    jail Wh«i â    croUtl £®U    ..‘.Lv;  StSrt    RgIÍGÍ    DriVG    I    the city mi    here   _Le.xter    Cook.    a.ss).st.aaL    eouni*    it-  g  ¡    tomey. said    the boy    had    m¿de a  DANZIG VOTERS DASH HOPES OF HITLER’S NAZIS  t^The”end*7o* m*R Dartiie^ Palm«-    Oooperatlvp    assocltlon. with not now members of the chamber of ,    full    statement    to    hiim    about    the  which the WTCGA 1.S closely affil-| commerce. The entire group of more The capital, looking for President  Pioneer Ballinger Resident Dies at Home Of Daughter  FREE CITY OF DANZIG, April.  8.—(,p,—A German Nazi and a Pole were «hot and another Pole beaten    _    r,  today In an outbreak of violence in Bienlau.    -    —« —  KILL8 Í  Crushes Skull With Jack Handle, and Injures His Friend  BALLINGER. April 8. — W D. The Stepson of a Polish employe Gregory, 78, pioneer resident of Bal-of the gas company was shot in the linger died here this morning at chin and the Nazi w’as shot    in    the    6;5o o’clock in    the home    of    his  stomach.    daughter,    L R. Tlgncr    He  Poles cla.im that a band of Nazis pad been il) since the death of his enterwl the gas company employes five week- ago home in Brentau and    beat him    and    jyir. Grpgor^    who wa^    born in  that the .hots were    fired    in    the    Fayette cou.ttv    November    23.    IS.se  ensuing fight  triori tn -dioiilder the blame fnr    wnicu luc wiu.vjn    j rommerce. me enure group    ________  r-rnn/snn’« riiHi^th In a statement    were on hand    for the confer- I forty directors will be on the    Roosevelt to return from    his fish- •    The glrl'.s body waa found in a  lust before he was sentenced.    Tuesday-    mormng.    Arman’s vacation Tuesday to start' shed at the Wllham.s home, about  .X    tniri    attendance    of    the    board    was    several having postponed making    „.nnAnAA.,    „.nr,- .lu.f nnv». ! 3(K) yards from her own home, whlk  I killed Major Crowson. he told reported. The members are T. E, Al- their calls Monday because of pre- *^^e »4.880.000.00U work relief diive, the court, "and I killed him be- ,    president:    G Y. Lee. vlmis buslne.vs »opointmems    republican    attacks    today  cause of mistreatment of convicts,    J    I.    Wllkin.son. Coleman! J. *    To    Map    Final    Plans    against the man generally expected  Regardles* of that break. I would j, carrell. Snyder: E. Barber, Colo- xhe meinbershlp committee, of to be a chief as.si.stant to the presl-have killed him-anyway "    rado; B Walters Rule. H B Hate- which E 8 Stew'art is chairman.; dent in the. huge enterpii.se  Judge Dean attempted to halt    rlu.s, Avoca; C, W    Loe, Bomarton. called into session at noon to    Harry I. Hopkln;.. the    relief ad-  Palmer’s    sixeech. but the pn.soner ; and Ed Gist. Abilene    tabulate res,tits of morning s cam-    mlni.straior.    a    frequent    Whiu*    House  • continued.    Bustne.s.^ set for the membership    p*tgn and to map final plans for    visitor    while    the    Job-making    pro-  "The facts prove that Raymond .session.s Tue.>day Include.s a vote on ' the latter part of the drl\-e,    gram was in the making, drew  i Hamilton fired onlv one shot and proposed amendment to the constl- The directors .started out Mon-I {.rHici.sm from two leafier that was not fired at Crowson,” tutton and by-laws and election of day morning with two-third.* of the q q p  Palmer declared    * president and nine directors one needed fund ’ in the bag" Contribu-    extremely    fortunate    for    Mr.    he told her hi.s mother wras not  Wants -I»»«” Dale    > ^o represent each di.stnct.    tions from among members of the ,    that,    it he is going to be there.  Later, after sentence had been ,    "    ^       ”    bfMird and 1934 members of the ^j^^.    dtsiributor of the “She told me ..he wanted to go  impo.sed. Palmer wajs asked if he JoOeS CO. Fanner    wni..,,    nrc i    ^^e btl 11s so drawn that he where her mother was" the state-  —    Stewart    and Tom K    Pt»*'''-h-v. t« i*nnrirmed hv the ment said ‘ She e.^.Red me to kill  SllCClllllbS At 7 O dent of the organization. Monday    her    a    ■*    I    told lier 1 wo»iId.”   __renewed their apjreal to the direr-  * 7, o    tots to push the drive to an early  HAMITN. April 8. -W A Bu    succe.ssful elo.se and to all busines>  Smith, 75, who moved to Jones    n^pn not now members to respond  county in 1898 from Tennessee.' to the campaign to enroll them died at 4 30 Sundav rftemoon on       -  Dallas Accident  the boy was leading a party in a search tor her She had failed to appear at school after going to the Wtniams home to display a noveltv cap a grocer had given her.  Boy’s Story Cook said he recorded th»- bi,y .* Statements The d o c u-meiit quoted the bi>yas .saying of the he was at home wa.shmg dl.shes when, the child ep{>eHred, and that  See HAMILTON. Page 2. 4 ol. 5  STORMS KILL 31 OVER SOUTH  jiee IIOPKINh, Page 5. t ol. 5  Pioneer Woman  Dies In Angelo  PORT WORTH, April 8 —(UP) —  M»p>rl»h', 1».H.V B»    I’rr«)  FREE CITY OF DANZIG, April 8.—A handful of Danzig re.sldent with the fignting spirit of Teuton!'' knights had .succeeded today m  has resldpfi in Ballinger for more    --  than 40 ye,r In the early days he LOUlSlana And MISSISSIPPI was in the < sitle bu.sine.‘ and later entered the trarrsfer bii.-inesN.  He h survived by five dauKhier-s.  Mrs Tigiicr. Mrs Harrt’ Lynn and Truly all of Ballinger;  Areas Hardest Hit  Death Toll I* 44  DALLAS, April 8 *UP* Wcck-  See GRFiiORi, Page 5. Col. 5  Deier Decision  On Rail Pension  his farm t'Ui miles .nouth of Hamlin Fiiner.; service was set for 3:30 Ihi. efte-ii.m at Neinda cemetery, to be conducted by Rev WHll W'ebb.  Baotlst minister of Lames.T  Surviving Mr Smith are his wife, a daughter, four step-daughters, five grandchildren and five Rrrnt-graiidchildreti I'hc daughter is Mrs.  P Smith; the step-daughters Mr«  .. ... w. ...... -    ------- Vaughan WiIcox.hop. and Mrs Ahne    Chllder*. 30,    mid Cm>igr P. Plrt\»r,  ,south todav while on the wei-i <oa.st    wikox.son. of Dsllus: Mrs Richard-    31. killed in    a coULion at a atreet    eijildren belimd a  torrential rnins brought threaus of    Young, Hmnlin and  flood,^    ‘ refitdlng in ArtrotK!  The list (»f known dead a., the re-  Prcs. Roosevelt’s bunal Vacation Is Over  B ' the A: so«’iuted Pre..?  Spring itormf; left an erratic pattern ol deat h and destria-iion in tht  SAN ANGH.U Apnl 8. ¡T Mr.? Augu.stH B Crcn.shaw. 76, w iio cam, lierc a.- a bride 5."> years ago, died Sunday and will be buried here end accideuL haJay had brouglit the Tuesday. 1 wo of the nx>ni* orlg-total of traffic fatalities in Dallas iiutlly built tor Iwr a.? a bride re-sime Jan. I, to 44. The tw'o latf.t mainetl In m* home which she had victim* were Mrs Hazel RowcU resided in contlnumi-Iv .since.  Her hu-Uiiid placed her and the  "She asked lo b»- taken to thè barn becau.se she dui noi want them to flnd hei '•  Tlieii, thè siateniciit i-oininued. thè boy look her to thè biiin. re-moved ber shoe?. louiirf a lo-pound saud.stonc rock and liit ber on thè head a.s .'he .stood before him An-  See ftIRL Si, IIS, Page 5. C ol 7  Woman Killed In Colorado Wreck  suit of tornadoes, ligi tmng and flood waters stood at. 31 .Mo.st of the,*^ were Killed or drowned a  Mrs    Flovd. inter.section la.st night.    stone firepl.ue at the time of the    g    ,.p^,d'    c m    ■    r< = •  i Mr,'^ Chilriers* body wa.s .«»ent    to-    n, gro .si»ldier not* here w tien the    day    nigh,    w»u>n    the    c«-  day to Waco, her former home,    for    old Niinltz hotel wa.s shot up. to  proiecf them from xtray bullets  Whkkey and Jealousy led him to kill . thwarting Nazi ambitions to create a    ®  Mns. Mildred McAdams, 21, and se-    dictatorship in this free city a.s a  riously injured his friend. Raymond    step toward Its reunion with the  Pleldhouse, 21. James Parsons, 23.    fatherland.  told police today.    Nazis, while polling approximate-  Mrs. McAdam.-^ body was found    ly 60 per cent of the vote in yester-  early yesterday be.slde a road Field-    day .s Volks'ag, or parliament, elec-  hou.se. bloody and staggering, had    tlon. fell con.slUerabIy short of the    ----  been picked up by a motorist a short    I two-thirds majority required to    WASHINGTON. April 8.    1’,    —  time before and t.vken to Ids home,    wipe out opposition parlies and    I'hc    suprcnic court adjourned    to-    re.suit    of    a    tornado which rif>m d  He was I ’ a serious condition today    make themselvpf .supreme in the    day    until next Mondav without pa    .-    through    -ection.'    of l.oui.siana    and  with a .severe concussion of the    city'.s polltleal life.    ing    on the constiiutionahty    of    the    Mksl.ssippl.    Other deaths wer»* tn  brain and nbralslons    on the fare    Approximately 93.0(K) Dairzig vot-    railway    retij, meni act    providing a    Texa* and Florida.  pen.slon    at tne a,;e of    65 for more    Heavy ran flooded    citie-, in !K>fh his vacHiion h c.,, Pi»' io«iit R,*o f-  than 1,0(K).000 employ s    northern end i-outheni Cfehiornle; arrived b.- rr toduv Hbr>.,rd th'    _  ;«nd mor- downpoor-. w-r- lor-.«.! ¿-oiroj-r K-rr»«i.i lo Nsin yvoman Doctop Is Sentenced studied Lindy Estate Months  » 'OLCli-v A .Joe Mrl.it-  died h 'l-  JACKSONVILLE Fu, April 8 -• 1*. Snn-tHi ned ntul rafrr lud b'  and head  Par.sons said he hit both of them over the head with a Jack handle; that he hadn't Intended to hit the girl, but "*he stepped between me and Raymond and got U ”  He told police he and his two eompanlons had .started out Saturday evening to ride and that he had been drinking heavily He .said he had been gomg with Mrs. McAdams for a short time and that Field house had known her for some time.  **Wc all got in the front seat, but pretty soon Ray and Mrs. MeAdam* climbed Into the back seat. When I looked back what I ;«iw made me  AFFIRM CASE OF DR. DEAN  PRIEST HITS BRUNO ALIBI  Her D.\N/Hi, Page 5, Col. h  Se* KILI INtt, Pase B, Col. 4  Workers League Meets Tuesday To Plan Garden  FIFTEEN TROPHIES, RECENTLY WON, PRESENTED TO SCHOOL  Abilene High Students Take Large Share of Honors In Various Competitive Events  Fifteen trophic;-, garnered b^,' Ab- were Fred Schroedci. clarinet, Ellis llene high school .student* in recent Henderson, trombone; Rober' Col-contest«—a tri-.state band tourna- her. drum major, Ray Maddox sax-ment, district ljitcr'>cliolR..flc league ophone  meet. West Texas high school mu- A beautlful trophy, a silver wing-sic tournament and Triture Farm- t*d victory form on ebony base 'vas ers ol America Judging contest— ‘ presentexl by Clarence Ford, director of the one-act play which won  (In the Moutioi,©-La Cre.seeniH. and  ! T/)ng Beach rrea near Un An/^ le*. | hi* return tr.p bv tram to the cap men were ord< red to patrol dut / as^ Ital the si'cilon v.aa deluged by lorren-    TJie pre.udeiit wa  tlal ralna.. Tn northern California    oovernm  motortst« w t re marooned by tilgh water? and railroad and airplane -vnire disrupted  A snow atorm marooned 3 )0 auto-  gr»cud id the Dave Sc holt z. who came h;re from Taliaiia Mila ,t nb ht tor »ti** rx calori and Mayor John T Al'->ii. Jr  To Life In Slaying  JACKSON. Miss, April 8 —nP -The Missi.H&ippi supreme court tort» v affirmed the life i4*ntence of Di Saru Ruth Dean Greenworxl child 'jiCciMll.vt, for the alleged of her oue-imie  bee HI OH Mb. Page t, C el. f  Lamar Student Wins Declamation Speech Contest  Tom Hopkui.v fifth grurte «tiiden* in the Lamar school won flr-st place  Before KitJnaping  MH.WAUKEi; April 8    < P  P’eder»i authorities todav con.nlder-»{] a new ehapter in the life oi Bruno Richard Hauptmann, a chapter puri>ortrd u> blaM much of Mie Bronx larpentri (lefcn>e ahbl tc ihe kidnnping of Chmie«. A t.ind bergh. Jr  rhe Rev Mi< liue] J. Kal'.'f 48-%CHr-oki C'.nholK pn< .t fold go'. •  ftnst place in mterbch¿la.stic league ' In Junior boy« declamzuon content  Plans for a community garden are to be formulated at a meeting of ^ the — ■  at the dUitnct interscholastic le-^igue The piry.^ThV Prlncei*M«^^    j    meet    at    Sweetwater. Hi* spew h wa«  Page" not only won first place, but "Going Home” by Templeimi The Jated reports reaching here Uiday  member* of the cast, Natalie Tan-  youth is a son of Mr. ard W HoiAln*. 918 Hickory Mreet  K  were presented to the ;.chool in a ceremony at the auditorium. Monday at the morning assembly hour, meet at Sweetwater, Friday night,  10 o'clock.  Returning Sunday from the trl-V... Workers Cooperative League,; state contest at Enid, Okla, the  Tuesday night at 7:30 o’clock at the high school Eagle band brought two dy in the role of the princes,? and city hail auditorium.    ^ trophies, a cup for playing, won two ' Jolui Chlldre.s.s as the page, were  B. B Brown, president, ha«! years in succession and now held given first rank as Individual per-asked all members to Lie present toj permanently, and a cup awarded formers Karl Bonneaux, also of the assist in planning tlv* projerl. He for superior rating in the marching casi wa« rsnkcd se<-ond for hoy snnouricHl thof the West Texa.-^ confett Tl)f> cup. w<*rf* prc??'n!*’d b\ pla' crs    ,    .    ,  Utilitiisi, company ha* provided 17 R, T. Bynum, band director Pour Other m*‘mberi of the c»-.t were lowing acting poMm» »ter;  acrat. ow land moex of L.ytla lakalband aololats who won medal* at i    -- Hyef, Buckholts, Tex,. Lee Haynet  for tha iBTdto.    I|ht uaretm wtra mtioduoed. They I TaoPHlEh, Pace t, c«i 4 Monday, T%x*a.  T’hc pre. il* Ml    v.ll!    prorecn    from  here by irstiu dire*ilv    ic New    York    '‘l»*‘ng    du-,  to attn-    J    lue    tu i.    r-a for    Warren    clinical a.-‘Otlate    Dr John P Ken-  IJmLiio Robmn ,    U-    State-,    min-    u'‘dv  i«ier to run (('• :    wlu) r' -ri last    niiiht    The    .-uprem** l ocri .-.pht three    to  of pnruinoi;'    .    *hree in a tie    vote which meant ^rniiient ag. nt-    that    H.iuptinat.n  RobbP    '    a    fir    f cou.-in    lo    the    affimyilion. Dr    f>ean wa.s ordered    sfudied plan- of    Llndi»*T«h ? Moi»--  bv the court to    be taken Into cua-    well N J estaU    even    before it wa*  tort?’ bv the iJierlff in l,eflore cour -    con.strucred. and    that    he had «cm  tv while the court acted. She had him often riding hor'-cback In the been free under bond of 810 000 ' W'eKl.s of the Sourland mountain-  While he WU.S pastor of 6» Mi-  Si.«' ?va.-:  driving hit a bi irK’*- r C «ni;, crtek. soiilii «*} ( oliM.irtt) on * J( • San AnRt'lo io «<i M. 'L, I t-- ; from    San Aiv-k’    u-'ur'*-  to her head .u.o    i-roKí-n ngu’  arm    Th«- oib-■    o< •    «p.in.    «f    i.-i  C:.hH’‘le.s CfU'b;'-. S, , A1ik'4-    "    ’  .sllKllll' 'I'lU ' i ii.f'i" r mentx he Si* i"'" o*-( n vis?''*’  lirintK \ ?L MHK Ks IllAfN  mf:xr'o I'lrv    av l    8    -r  Four    p«"‘ •!    ' ’Ki’.i. t .1 ' ,t    1« 111 -  lean Houprt*« i .i a b uri-rt' -railed api ■ t ¡ ' i «i-* a >’1 na’rh from Mt    urn  prc Jdent  Philippine Storm  Costs Lives ol *21 /mice before her trial early in 1934  MANILA. P I.. April 8.Be-  and aeveral mouths ago resumed . chael th«? Ar^angei church on the  her practice of medicine in Green- out.skirts of Trento«, N. 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