Abilene Reporter News, August 11, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 11, 1938, Abilene, Texas WIST TEXAS' OWN NEWSPAPER®l)e Abilene Reporter ~J^etas [mgVOL. LVIII, NO. 73.    •    #•»*#    <*    •*»"WITHOUT, UR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIEND? OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES,'-Biron ~AbTlENE, TEXAS THURSDAY morning:AUGUST 11,1938 —FOURTEEN PAGES (AP) PRiCE FIVE CENTS Farmers Free To Sell, Feed All Of Corn Crop Not Large Enough To Force Sales Referendum WAriRTNGTttN, A lf M -i*~ Th# nation* farmer# win bt fr** to MU. or ford to nnlm»R OB th# eom thor produce this year »orm After th# en* reporting board ferret*! th# 1*11 ft«p Would total tm n\ nm hah#!* «#er#tanr af Agrtruttmw Waltoe# aimouiirtM the AAA atmid not hoM a farietr raft?«•? durn on th# fbMtlSR of re* afrtr’mg >ala» RapplN ain not ti# tart# toaofh lo frow# work a Merer-tm It na* Mid It 'liar# etal-(Dated lh# mpptf for Hie (rosing Mo rile ting rear at SJM «••**• bo*bel* taking Into «er*attt III* estimate of » SBM* iii ton hat aorptna from la** year (tad lh# tnrt‘ro*#d ripple bren to Parma of 2 *13 MI OOO h*iah#i», th# farm## poll en    would ha## bain mandatory tmd#r Ut* crop mn tim tan th# e#rfttary Mid Wad a tot** been tn%o«#d farm#™ in th# ramawrrte! eom halt wroth! ha»# town required ta atar# their aha re of th# «trp) ta ar pay • penalty ta* or it rrnta a buxhei ll It. HIK Ut AA a Th# rrop report did tndtoat# trow* *v*r, that k*#n# on corn nould I# mandatfl’r a* • rat# of limit IT rent* a bushet. ar I cant# higher than Us# rata an taal year* (fop A daemon an Inm mu na! bt mam batt bittor Ult Nwvwmlmr crap rf- New Jersey Youth Sees New Orleans As The Last Frontier HEW ORLEANS. Alif to ri* -John Lynch. I*, realty thought Hee Ortearn na* th# lift outpost of etvUiaattoti to UM* the word# of PoUee Captain Edward Smith John na# found on th# limit h#rt today by inn city detective*. headed for the met John, ion of a veterinarian of Union, ft J. ahipped to Tampa, hiked to New Orlean*. itayed a week ber# and derided to go exploring. yesterday John Mid. he went Into a Canal atreet riot* to buy thin*# he needed Me said the proprietor pointed to a bear skin and mm# wolf skin* on dtaplay in th# riot# and told hun he woald n##d gam for prot#rUrm stain*! wild animals "In that tough country you re going Into.” John was persuaded and bought and bought, using the batter pari of the IM h# had On the street, headed wast. John attracted attention of th# officers by carrying a saddle rifle under one arm sn rid type plainsman 14 calibre dx mooter in a leather holster at his MV leaded and a cartridge belt filled with ridley A ma ar I the* had John open his TS-pound back pack and in It were supplies smacking of pioneer days The content* -I pound slab of bacon frying pin *** pounds of etal chops, a gallon canteen of water. salt, hunting knife, await ase, lea. matches fishing tackle toilet art trice and other thing* "Smi. don t im know you dor t neeo all that stuff for a trip brough I ceile ta na*' the officers asked John Yea I know ti nom." John repped. Me was detained by to# pr.*ic# awaiting word from hts father JAPANESE EVIDENCE vJT MOSCOW REPORT SAYS— Russo ■ Japanese Truce Siberian Border Fight HOW TO SETTLE DISPUTES WITHOUT WARFARE Definition Of A Brute WANMINOTOR. Aug IO to* The United States and artal Britain hare nilled their dilute em ntf.fviftr Canton and Bnderbury Island by means af a hotel "working agreement to use them fatally is future a ria* Ion and communications bam. The question of sovereignty win be held ta abey-anet for the urn# bring Secretary of Mute Run mid tonight the arrangement was somewhat unusual, and suggested It should •et aa example for sriUement of ocher interne tarnal dispute* Other official* empha*wd that it wa* In no way a point cal agreement between the two d Mooers tai KRBC To Join jsjTLfiri“ Texas N©twork >#ar at about 2 waeM Ooo buah#b ST    TT    Z    Charted Chain Of 23 Station. To Ba Affiliated With Mutual Sy.tem ; government# nor did It eantamplate any summon measures of naUonal defense Ider# pin petats an a Pacific map Canton and Bnderbur* #*r# made important bt plan* for air fines fmm the United States and Canada ta Australia and Hew Zealand Lari March the tntartof department with President Bemete!! a sanction asserted the claim af the United At*ten ta the islands by pl* mg small groups of (rishis!# en each A group of New Zealander* already had raised the Brmto flag on Canton The claims of th# United States and Britain ta I ownership af the Island* rested chiefty on report# af by whattng Mf captains ti another ria. ll year <l '‘nestle eonaTiwptlon a oar ag# d tit. *9© no bushels and •apert# I .md PM A AA A JMMF m AVNfMPl APtMNBt emf# rowand bsrg#*a eat record, wa# frow? aal by (be baond Tikis r*«M|MMd »Hh mjmrn nm*-et* IMT sealed lari yea# sad ttt* rd aaa fag Us* twil l* averse*. th* mr sud cm** wa* I .*#* sa* . •a* bash#!* ta im The wheat --nims'# wa# divtdod as tote*#? wir tar. aa* ay# one bum* romp* cd aith aa, log we last ye*/. tartti* MI JU I DQ* compar sd .(th tIMH OO tori year per » r* ware esnmated st DI auth## mmparwd with lid ta Ital sad III tar th# ten-year ever ae# Sadler Attacks Terrell In Talk Abilene Speech Is Preceded By Hillbilly Music Jerry bodier DETROIT. Auf IO - (UP) — Mrs Catherine H Rowe came before Circuit Judge De Wilt H Mer r tan today ta plead for a Bl wee from her hatband Joseph “Joe had a habit of walking around ta the cool but bare footed and then going to bed — Wilhoit waahing ' Mrs Rowe •ald. The decree wag granted Negotiations, uadirway for aevarel weeks, bare been eom plated to affiliate KRBC the Reporter Hews radio station, with the Tekoa BUU Network, Inc. and the Mu Itta I Broadcasting mum. it woe announced last night by Max. Bentley, manager of trad * acathtag attach on hts oaths Abilene station    *****    c    v    ***+ The Texas network, a Fort Worth broadcasting company. candidate tar -a#*, night VU* Three Injured In Auto Accidents £ At Stamford Agreement Is Not Definitely End Of Battle j Powers Consent To Arbitrate Plocmg Of Boundary Lines MOSCOW Aug ll-fThars day) — (AP) — Tam, officio) Soviet newt afear? laid today ae agreement hod been roached ta end fighting on the Bib arian Manehookuo border at noon today. Changtrafeaf Use '9 p m Abilene Time Wednee day.) Hit# map pubUshdO ta tnt Japan#*# newspaper (kaka Maintain u said by fb# new#* papec tab#* Caartri Bacalao tartare! eta# map the? CMN Japan, lf Rwrota*) figuring tai th# prep#r damn ta the territory ae** wnu-h the two muons have tar. Itching rime July rn Th# an# at lh# right bm-ken bv «» ut# paper Mira * the Busman general Hairs owl foneeptten of the boundary be* turn* Humus MMS what ib#n Manchuria, now I fhoufeun TM# Prom# the my* that Buena has ta mm ta th# territory Ina thai run# down ta and around Kharxn aa* the paper ewtttaua# ie th* Chin#*# afft-etal boundary bMVMH Mar-•heuHwo and the U • R. R Th# Enrrar. botmdary ut the fumer) rtmr Brott ngbUhl tag bawn iwpartad In th# ghacfw fan# rn tm the Weather Avwrage Vt*ta#    taut'* aa* )«*#(    #**•»    «*■###. aal *mou* IMMU) »»»#•» i »vi niM ##*«» Vanguard Arrivt! For Ginnors' Mott Adv*nos guard for th# annual Wail Teas# Clum### mm wmmmam rn mob of mar hiller > MMI tMi-pir a# Im nim was ragtomr-*d ** Meat ai rn# Huron note paodtng today'* opening ri th# Staley affair A few guitar# w#v* in lari night sud the crowd win arrive wrier (Ugnif*!**) Hart* at Id aelocfe Bum#* Jot mm chairman af lh* Mai#* id# rot ism imp# et ma int com-sutta# #fvg D A Bnixdmn laataf*f ti th# Will TV**# (hember of tall ba SMMU #p#abar* IM. a w mrt a W ,.?• ........ I ..M. It --- ft *♦»» ..... I •-..•a XI .... a .... II ->••< »««..,... • ...... ta .... ......... a ...... ti .... ......... t ...... ti ... a ...... it ...... . • rn «... ta • ■ ..... .it XaM I rn t aw# **$ hp m ai RI I cotes Ii a Hatugae, a# Mi bl. i-ai am ta* ate It a#** a ) rn, im AS GUARDSMEN MANEUVER laoorporatod by BUmtt Room yell, Barry A Hvtcbmeoa, and Raymond E Buck, was granted a charter yesterday by the •toto al Tong. RBY •TATIONi Jofki' Tbofwmid. atansgw of em* (ion WBK et trills# mid that th* network a gwy alation# will I# WRB. and K til rn RT AT of yurt Worth rnn«r aAwthHw aaiw pawl ogB* », ■*,    fc -    a,.aa    * 4*# #**.* % gpwri iwM ™ *» beata IPW WY wweta# w, % mw (hrriu. Baa Awk*##* toils. §§ g> UFI- i^yffi ( edt J c ghi|.gi tx Txapl* War* Un#(UM Car-iriawa. Tyrit. I *wgaria, fsrv#. Shaman*, tan Aag»ri Br •priwg, midi#»*d. and Utart WrichiUk Frill# may k* #dd#d later ll Ie planned ta tate ta# network m operation about a#pt#ma*r It The company wham has I DOC •harm of fro par vale* caprin! sderii mm paid ms p#*po*#*taep#»-at# th# It TexasgmHHOUM m with IM riaUori* af th* Mutual Br»»*4* catting ay teem •*• af the 'big throe among the mata chains "It is pt ii ta—# to w«#v lh* turn *««mpa#*#!? * B«*ti#y »#• piahnri. *1* a wrtwecb, ta arith •ash al the ase Haw# atli *• sa roigttaSlag paiad far #« •«(•/»• “furpaaf of the T#*a* Otete Bet-work In#, ta ta produce program* from ah over th# rial# cktaly eat* •rug new* and rerordtng th# ero-dmmoc awd eutturai growth af T*»n# ’ Ttw mntract provide# b# mid. that the sariwaefe a# rmponwMe tar IT hour* ta det:y live tataat pro gfriotmmg »i:#rh of aturh would ^igtnate froan lh# Ifutusl ». *’*» aesir * talk n* WOR ta M#w*rx N J VLW ta CmrtfUMtl, WON ta CHH ago and WSM ta Nashville IMW Bodies Of Fli#r» Found After Hunt WOODY HUE. Mi.*# kg Id - H -Deputy flhentf K Whitaker arid a sesretiing patty trie tedta ihe eharrofS kadrie cf tao identified a* ’.wa tare* oh tom yesterday ta s rugM free Ho-.ma La, ta Monroe Le Whitaker said a wert lung party ? tended by L C Vrotm* f«s.nd the hadiM aa the muon pieta-non hriteen sad s half sui## nmth* •vs* of Waodviiri Me *a»d paper# ta their crithmg Mrintiflwt tho* at H C HMtt print (naiiaevf of th# M mo# hand nod Or*.#, company end <u* brother K a MUlcr Oh # cult lo Lout*tar.a, front Ohm, s i took aff freon Ho .ma for Monro# M'erM) ta a rn tritthta. m a talk driivcrsd st AP km# • federal lawn A (rood af about I SM, urn cf the but#* CTAMFOBD Aug IS - Bpt »-Thro# ptrsoM ware Mlurotf ta tot sutntaoMri arctdente her* trowel)! J D Smith irish whoDl fooOksU player, was Hi P'amfwg hospttel Tbs sgsnry mid the sgroo»#ro wit offvtally anndURced by the Bur let fnrotgn offtr# Tri# snna—k co tarot SSM lh* eft##awm roached by lh# Jag-ss### Stab# ms ire Hewers tv 1 ^ m PYy i t a tg •ag th# fevkri row-M«ur el taro# # rf sin knw invtaeff provided Jspswea# sad ta—■•Stat * — — --- ^IrirotarAdl WW Eta lei I Rkgrfg mmmwr'% awmtabgw nvowiw veww* whew ftghring Defeat In Idaho Jolts New Deal Administration Ltodtrt Gratifitd With Sonot« Sue ct*! In Ohio And Arkontot BMWHOTOk Aug IS • -ta Th# 0#f#o» of Mr mr Jw« f rope by A fonaervstiwr d#««rot ta Ideh# • drowwau# prtwarv «**• sWuari- uattan Mmtall s yrot Urie* bul tim wmw crsufrid OTO? lh# MBams of Swims Midi Busuey sod Haute m. Cera*#, ta ORM end Arks me Th# cantata between fop#- wdenl sdtai*Uri/*uan *uflp(irtaf sad I nr ..............- .........................—-------  ——.nap    D Worth Clark. wl« (PW Burs. lur noun cf the year Half, ta MM    ,    tsntah    t    sui lei urn oummm aa*. > fats* - —* —-— "*dl#r rtutttad Terrene pwhUe tarsi H# ws# lh- *n 'rom * “eel* SP2f2 reenrd uMpMtncW Me roUta the af ssecral perxen#. tale, he ad been alri*#d to viorit# last th# railroad rnwtalMliM ti derigaied ta eafaroe Sd m taw * fcstatadi --    -    —-    dkg llbta fro IM* MmWHI HRpWySi m IMW wl tearing pterards pkwta lh# htghwaya "TM# we# dan#.* h* Mid. “by *»•«« rn lb# riel# payroll sad ddring #t*t#-rosed MMt* Sadler arid iBil both John Wood and Boh Stuart offered th# (ta) after Me Bm primary ta which ruminated is supped he wank hew them en their already incurred campaign MMBMX Sadler Mid he turned them Sewn Row both Wend MMI Stuart sr* on the Hump fee Terrell Sadler» uh was proc#d#d iff    «* ii ii § ta I ti Bl tABS*'' emf if tat ird by sn srohstars erhlch was sn th# road asters W La# crtieaM tosh Iris pro Ur si flag. Yesterday Sadler tpeh# ta Tune. flamy ie* Luhbock and Snyder Today he wril ga ie Alterate Waxahachie Wlllibecn. Wen sad Waco Isctald Pried* a* H muck * dip near high school af I RI or leek Ruiro4t CMA. Idgh sdhoal senior wa# trotted for scalp wound# and s bruted throatas*. thro rousted from the hostr-ti Bmn >uuuu wee* standing up Hi th* back of the door-toM sum when It struck the dm they rota. Marry Le* Rayne# ss# grwng In another eroident rocurnng •eta af Stamford, an unta#ntif»#d Worth trucker r*rot*ed a i sad a twoacn tai A William My rn road th# mirier was known to hun coly a# "Bd * The injured man ti PT year# old rota Myton the truck driver had oaMMs off im rn 9 a had basta* n ta th# night said Pries The Mitt Worth mon ss* run ever tar • group ta Stamford youth* who wee* driving actus* the open prairie at the point. It was roper Md German Plane To Toke OH Thursday A mixta cron (Clarion «f in* ie*wt ftpfroenuuvss, and rim Japan### roproaentauvss g##i with rod—r -slion af th* puled Bun tier wrier* Sort** Weep oerupita th* height# ta Chsngku-fang near lares. July ll, rrihnlng th* greuni a# part ta Mirra trod#? (rooty ag IMI with lh# lh# trooty which (tekln iaj (Un m.M. wg ow mm I TD Steps Into Georgia Race Roosevelt Favor «• hi an I Shines On Federal District Attorney (tanned (Trot he was ne ll STOM a# a test ta th# new dew I gmsfiaf .rn HIW HI |4mhdk nbwruki th# asmpriga P»t«a#«#s Oaneral Jmrnm A Pkriey mid# 4 sn sddroa# th# Ai a house nwutasr.. Oar! u- "■-mTO Him) joi j rmfr.ri t rod court tm, pPWl^ro# *w^w gpwww row ^rnmwm    win "ei rn ww mwrnmrnm ksu# Me aim lam <rin> .rot admmritretaea tomm Rohry. a    bub Sro A rn rn k'ri*sS    w    him    BbMdh Mr WARM MtattNOB ta the Os am I* uh gam a (tai #tmorasMM*t toter ta Lawyer** S Crimp, Atlanta t«d#r#s tarirtci •ut riewfom. MB agro*w»#ta hHornef. who ta erne tag ta mmt yet ae laten as a tettrite tenaior Walter f Ctaorpt ll th* sud ta th# incident ae Mere arimys Ctaoctta mnaiagiil prte#7_ h danger the tandert af the Bwan* faeag bs* primp* w>_psf tm* arm, J.psn. army ta amu-    *’•*#    »• »h# tasrodriro Patton in Mwiriwmpm) may nm    ktaw*    wnh Ctaaamm t> sam* by th* decision rn caam    n u ~    h hrw- - #kro a new U1UM"    pari*#, h# •*• • I Bamrimg ptanae, sr* lit try    af tee proriteta • and Mtaairw h*** beets krought    ta-    |B‘w* ***** ta pley m aa iatreastc amis nams ii S brief informal addrsm lh July rn • hen. aorotdtag m Japan**# Ham MWR Mid •at afftat cewMBual^w#. Japaaam • W* ana terr mute bonorta ta-aunchta what was danrribta aa a day in having aa gum*# ta *•-"» < rmwvauack *900 Bmriane nha taw-- ga Omwmm Bmam wha H an •era anatta la hero encroached old manta ta amu. and ahs a fan- U tim rnd C ars**#. S rn I mammy and Mr* Ctafi#ar tkff 111    %    §1 ii    injl 1 0 ■    '    ?    '' ta tauocw ta -fiht Arkansas vote wall arc OLoowy Thor* was hi tahcial romamel '(drre 0% T** #0 # *ta * Liti'fitjBDi ’WBWB evtdcacod parikalariy bomroor at the amAdlihwi <t»p*rm#nt. Tho Idaho aer & uw was a etam frwnd ta Barretary Witac# r;*.p#d draft tho bow farm art and was me et da In idaho Pop** fronds mid Farm Leaders I Due Here Today Addresses Sloted Before Gathering This Afternoon Two agr*'..aurei i#*dm *01 I* I AftOen# tod#' to addrm fsrawrt I * m««'.mg as in* couriy eourt- nnwt im Au* ta — a* — Oro - '0°° Maacnouau© tmmery. I HMMh who I hope MB I# lh* nam : , BERUN Ate Id - £ - tam    ^    U    m    ^    UrBM many* hug* n**# •    Wetff land    ~    ____.    c%mo* iJafig* ' BA*tafi4'ente^i^K *    Nf'Bsi    mMm    B^BwwB iroonmd > mwht far    a non-stop    ^xt-’Mg    aalii    on    the momiag    ttmukm    0«w«* and Camp bum- niroTro New ¥o*x trrnin iv to* * Jw«l ti    rn Qmwrmg Eugvn# Talmadg* and trapt IO wow xoro.    ^    ham    kmn    a1-    w • Mr Ba# Atlanta »twm ar* H man daily roper.* ta aattwi ta the! •##*.-« tee ronatoimi arory ta vote agrin* t Mm Hi guntey aa- -    ”    .c    ..    ,# as* Titre, Eg Sd. (ai f It I Dukron » ;*r itienden' ta th# evprrwnant riauoa at hpui and P O Mamas *r«itani»i #ai nrgariaatMn apacmlat ta th# extension mmnro win b# tee tpexken Db aw r. wtll b# tn town ai |u##t for tim Lion s club at wham luncheon h# will apeak Hsiom ask I* har* ta apeak to Th* Mg Condor' type (ten* feet long and with a tpraed ta im fact wtd teas aff at d p • ummrrow (lpm. BBT I p#w«id«d wsaihar repwr-x ar* '"ate too sad ' J In    r* ««d WI    »    c«purn    Al.    Work    Ordtrad    For trod    Mena# wtro    #xpm    t# ta    mach New    Y«# a Ii    or    a    hour#    RotOrt    Homllfl    Rood The evenmg hour departem wa# decided upon ta gewMMuroat# Mew Offtctat attice ta angus im en Teeter* ran hate mad po»t«g at the a kite IMM Wack# P***#*•# agmtis •ad ta Bm ih» i huaintei day grit*- htaaMmi ft admi and &mz*mw Mew York lh* foUowtng *t$ /raw encutruc'san *•'•*#<. Ram im and Botan wa# * • Tumdaj ta * J TU ad! way aroriion rogtn mr far th* stale -..gaway depart- The tee jct t tells tar wmt rn ll I-I mu#t    wait* ate from Bam un co highway ti Prow Botan Bro ate ha# cartaut rn a fftaWMWdv I ronmrvaute ill! jHg gp kbinrte L Bav«f. nm*rot., waa de- hf fhattaa »awy#t. Them wa# ipoculafmn an^n hoi graal a part ted CIO iMpkd a ta Dmwp Trie win * rn wrung de* rh# •#»■**» •*• a It wa# mad# bafaro aa amroai- me# ta M# paternal si »#«m ta the diHMg had ta •as NSM MAI. Pp ll Cd I mw?'tug Ttxos Duo Ftwtr Pecom This Ytar Aug id 1A AdHlNtiTON Th# agrtcuituro (y a production —•J'*— ; faro-KJbi mm Aa r.varly IO Md troop# rage-lar* ai d natiroia* pMPteMdB. late #4 kl MUwe ear far# to th# •re* af M^ia-dpp. s De Seta Hsu * ti Pbeeat tog laygrot troop row* #ntr*u -n# sine# the Woy 4 War wert ‘ one th# gulf canst A rubber tired "*tr*am-fltid glia foUrnpi Bg trite to th# 'ep pitter# wtdta, tow#- a hi# at exvairytatn thwnp Deftly    through my* Poroguoy Approve! Choco Peoct Treofy AMCN cion Paraguay Aux tori— Paraguay tm a ptobwrtt# today approved kg a ten to en# rots tty# Bo! i) tan - Paraguayan Chaco pear# treaty The p#blarite wa# ta ratify th# treaty atoned July St at Bueno# Aire# Ai La Pa# Bolivia th# con»h-kmnt aa*cmt> . Wri hatdng a awm MNrien at whMh k was tipaeted ta ratify th# treat) ending x |(ri-y#ar quartet rim urn Chaco lungk-tonds • CW# rhea ton WU ate m .wture rocuwrvauon limiter*. tang hi# tall with mxtertal from th# iwpmmfm station Maltm ana durum th# told farm program County Af#tu Knox Pxrr *t?l out-bn# lh# Ut? ronton nrrfdy program on ankh gppti tm» are mte oetft* fttdi TH# promdant had toked ta length WMH B*»er? ate (Tamp during tunrtmm apparrotly seer tn# Qmrnm pnhuroi tan/e Htouae aum eiua# aud Rtvero ate camp would iwjnys toe ytmmmt at a then# (la totaarraw wten th# -rrot.kaat «tU ram*# aa nennfary rtagrro from th# Uniter* ady ta Georgia ftoacn athena th* rfttta exarwtt*# **„: mo** on ta Ba mon fir Ga    j a half m.M# #a#t    lh#    nighwaj    nae    %hmit w -sgwr*#d i* r«e**##t tai' Ander    •    county    UTA    9fMtorkMnM,t ^ r^p ^ ryttktam ta Ow#*# and a# tim* mm nu sauthera i Hilchrill County Gins first Bale Of 1938 Cotton COLORADO Bag to- dpP TH# fir?', tai# ta I '.Md rotten la < 40m win an#’rat#an dub ralhr    r”    :tt-i    IL; '=r- _ ot««ram T*,    .rn    ta.1.    ,|    ll,    "    »»•'-*    « P“*~ “>    ’tiSlue.w, im _«»*,    _ —.I Su n Ift, IHI    .    -W-1—    *    >    •    ■    —    -.VU    M    U» 'im »W-1 ta MAM mb pewriii ate *“***•« ««taproj*tt Troadaaay tt.^ttan a to yror .ttt-ta a»-riag# ta #l    1—    """"   ........ TTI Otto    Th#    Civ Won mgmmt #im roto Til# etportad IMS y^U rn Tviu «»* MMM •dmto program Rom! At MolOBOft ■ti !# Md mo nwucid# aomnarwi Vito rf m Md pn.te, last year fkuahad aknut two montoi •*» The I bf AI JAM <FT T*» Ag *1.-1 n im *» pmrnd# for the l*F M #verae# on highway } m Ntaan county filiated *-»**. too month* •#•> program bepill to** Ato*-'-.toe ertdgro were *4#n#d wa# Th#1 MALAKOFF I sud Good rain# ta mw rn I poet ism and ie- ri al# crops- TINGLEY CHALLENGES ALLRED IN PONY RACE Quokti Hit Thru Towns In icuodor Ql fTO Br tater Aug to ri    ...................................................... 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