Abilene Reporter News, August 31, 1938

Abilene Reporter News

August 31, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - August 31, 1938, Abilene, Texas Europe Weighs War And Peace In Greatest Crisis Since 1914 Bf Th* Awwiated    | both iMeo In th# great#*! crisis abv# The fore#* of pure and war rn***- j 1914 sarod their strength across Europe British cabinet minister* yester* today with s'stmSwn. soldier* and day determined rn malta a fro*h ap* •allots thrown Into IIM tea lo* on I peal to Adolf Hitler to aaa* hts pro** and radio tampa tan against Osech-oslovakla, home of 3.100.000 Sudeten Oarmana. Th* implication aaa that Britain a {moat car ta inly would aid* arith Caactioatovakla lf a peaceful solution ware not found. Parla Inst ria-ted hat ambe "ador* abroad. Inrludtng her represent** tim rn Berlin, to remind the nation* of the French pledge to fight lf Cmchoslovakfi ta made the victim ' of aggression. I A violent pre** campaign In Oar*' many aga Mat tmrh atrocities*! against the Germania minority ta* reminiscent cd the German stories of disorder in Austria before Oef* man troops marched Into that coun* try to 'pteeerva order* last March. With an estimated 100 000 to I.* 000.000 troops assembled rn training ramp* for war games it was announced the rebuilt German war fleet also was scheduled for a •routine" cruise neat weekPresident Confers With Hull On Europe; Both Refuse Comment WABffTNOTOW Aug H—flFb-1 between the road* marked “proc** The Oerman-Catch msi* attracted and war* mar soon he made grave attention here today Off id- President Roosevelt, returning • la took the view that Europe la al from Hyde Park. received Secretary a cross roads, and that a choise of stat* Blutfl For a half-hour they had, aa Hull aah! later, a genera! discussion of the interna lienal situation Previously Hull cenffrrod with his adviser* from the European division of the department. The president declined later to ma be any public pronouncement on Europe s troubles telling reporters that at a time idle the present It was beat not to comment At Ma press conference Hull would not comment on OM a.‘cation or on hie talk with the prwddent At present every American ambassador or miniater bi the strategt* renters la at hts post They arg keeping in clone touch with UM feat-moving events to turopa. The opinion here is that the forthcoming convention of the nam party at Nuremberg may IM ’ho climat af the Oerman-Caee WEST TEXAS* OWN NEWSPAPER ®(je Abilene Reporter “WI I HOUT, OR WI Til OEFESSE TO TRH SDS OR FO TS WE SKI. ICH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT COES,"-Bs ton MIG VOL. LV III, NO. 92. on*** nm *i et ABILENE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1938. —TWELVE PAGES fra# <*e PRICE FIVE CENTS Three Trapped In Odessa Fire Fatally Burned In Brownsville Eight Marooned Roosevelt’s Candidates Trail In OnB«Arm    Carolina    And    California YOUNGEST SOLON Barnsdall President Fixes Refinery Lott Between $30,000 And 550,000 ODESSA Auf. SO—(AP)- Tbr#* trapped refinery worker* were burned to death after a butane tank Biplosion wrecked the Barnsdall reentry, f**t toils* northwest of here, today Twelve other men in tho refinery ecurrled to isfety Dead wort R H Brook*, 3ft; Glen Carlton, 30 and O T. Scott, 30. Barm wort fatal a ftw houri after tha **plo«»on while the fire (till raged 4 oaf I* ate ae# E B Beeser, president from TMM Mid th* Mae wmiM be be tween IM MO and MW although en earlier em im* ie here ptorod damaie at tAritm The refinery a tearnghead plant, was erected at awane mat Ref er Mid "I wa* painting an the ping when lh* et platen «* • erred aaM P. P. (r or beta * AB af a aadien the ab wet fnB el ga* femes. Ile fen. An toriaaft taler a nether terrine rtphirten Hemen #*s##*d everything-Mean we mw thee# awn, their hair gene, elethee heroes elf. wall frem lh* reftneey. They Three go Mi pound tanka wee* ggtapulted through th# ab, One landed a half mile away. Plant officials believed the Was* resulted frow a butane tank burning open nattering taper met (fie plant The refinery was M flamer a minute later Ne effort was mad* to satin-guiah HW lire Pipe •ere severed Rites At Odessa For Blast Victim OtlShAA. A m » -*Bp« I Funeral em be brid at the Hendrick Funeral chapel at ft "’torii We aaaday afteywsnn far George tomtt ti ane el three killed by a refinery fir* bere Tuesday Th* Bm, C A Johtuen patio* af Pint Christian rhumb. «ill eon duet lh* att vie* Body will be aant lo Oiade*a‘#r ftw burial Iud# of RAhPri Brooks AtS br •eat lo Peoneylvaaia. and tha* af (Man Oartftan to Miownee. (JAW hem* Brooks to survfrad br a wife and MMM eh** Raritan had no I el* liver hate SMM, ag* It, wot aurvtvpd bv Ma mother and tether. Mr. and Mn Cl M Semi id OBeam a Mater Mr* ton Badan al Gladewater and two brother*, Chart** and Melvin Of Odaaca New Deal Will Not Bs Muixled-Hopkms BOBTOfl Aug aB~yp -Assorting Preatdtnt Roosevelt a intro-party •purge effort* IlaiHHiiad a proper fount agaUMl men “who trick* *4 tha voter a bg weal tog mb ta-amnia.* Works Prog tee* Adaunt*-U*’*e Harry I. Hopkins tongfht de* ruired th* admtntstrottem did no' attend to tm «****t rn metaled in preaenung IU cate ta a prepared address at a ton* ternate el manor rat* women from th* aorthoamern aiotm. Hopkins. Wilhoit nammg any source, told that it has bean charted that reports of administrate* offtrlala on me btnel.ta and purpose* of the •Roosevelt)' program* are a way af coercing the benefic tar    af th* program ann toting for the admin-titration * Porochute Foils, 'Bat Man' Falls To Dsath PARGO, lf. D. Au* *»-*»*-Humf^d sp* a tor a at the Red River Valley f*i? gapped aa Jimmy Jrlirn t parachute failed to open ana lh* "bet man et th* “teafty* wood Daredevils' thrill slvw plunged to hrs death ut a n#are> pan ot* was tottery a act * aa to leap from a plan* met briefJ> on bat wing* and templet# the descent with a parachute Jeffery, h aaa a native id Indiana pols la W9*tr* AWF WB IVfWWtew*^ ej caught a Met ar ah fish Browntail)* today Lindley Berk worth •above? 3ft et (Mimer. Tease, probably wlU be th# femme* member et th* home et repro mb muvn neat spoton He was nominat-sd by th* democrats helming the veteran. Mergau handara • Amor toted Pram Photo I Lions ClubTo Fete Carswell Res 1900 lion As CC Manager In Effect Thursday Texas Sportsmen Weary And Shaken After Experience BROWN*VILL* Aug. right bewhiskered vpnrtemen, who spent two day* Mid m*hu on a wind-blown sand bar off the Me* icon moat. arrived in Brownsville tonight, weary and shaken if their harrowing agpartiacaa Th* eight, Walter Ma'h**» O N Roberta Jr Rayford McNabb sod , Or iff in Heath of Corpn* Chmn Ray Ftupp* Hermann Bac hard* sod Vue Ntewart et BrownmtlJ#. and Boy Ktogery of Oatnesviiie Tvs. w*ded ll aim am** tn*| shallow water to UM mainland where UM] truck ta Th* men were sighted by a plane [ yesterday on to»urth paaa Pl mil** south of hare Two other* stored at another porn, where eight Mea?'an fishermen were still marooned BAC SIVBO ll AB NINO The men arid they received a cadgy warning of tB* hurricane at I a m Saturday and drove instr cera from Stettin pea* Ut mu** from hero, up tha numorou* mi.s dunes, se mite* where they found a dune that win..dared aal# from the •odes and wind Ute Saturday afternoon UM ett 4 bro an to n»*; they said and eight Mttocan fBtoarmdB mined them The it m*r« 41 toed right of mein aeeklng adfety ta the auto-moot lea and right lying twee down-• aid in the sand, which wa* NBR* pad atomu them by the wind -Th* wind Mew abnet aa md** an hour tor two day* and night* Roberta told “Th# lid* **1* higher and higher Wa roproted a udai wave ie wash u* away any ’ KEEPS TOWN 'CLEAN LIKE A TABLE' Ttotmda* wi Oar' at UM be ‘man Chiswell Urn * cub Program that da* -in?®*mal — wili be in huh.* of T N ObfWaB. whoa* fMggnetion a* aroretary-maneget -of th# rhomb* of com-mere* br rome* effective tomorrow Th# regular ueeti* Sum noon ii (rang dedicated to Carrots! to rapier* a prpvtoualy pUnn-4 banq rn* Ail pwvm BkterMlod Mf Bar.'-Od to 'mao in th* kmrheoa. which wU) br held en the "Dutch treat* tun* Than# plai ning to attend should notify Joe WUltamean soc friar > Bd rib urn way has written a song Honoring <’ar swell Th# crowd will mig it Th-radar There ll prelb abb he apnmaneo^a talka from various persona ta UM crowd Th* Idana aftdb ta giving tee parti borataw Of Carewvii i long fennec*,«« with p mony yean a* an off***. On th# chamber af '•seamUte# aiding the ar* Mat Bentley TW? K D O Barrow, and K T Compete Cewweli WRI r* anguish hts office to Mer se Gruver, now af Ban-Horton, he prow .be* • Orwver pup » to am** ta Abnet.* late hep-leo,bet T. and to ba IP No afftoP th# nest day J f Hunter, president Mid Urn nigh* Minars Strike BAO LB PARB Alg Id— * PW* thousand muter a at Boatie CoahuUa Heated aft mu#* aaath* wet: ar try* bordar town, went on rink* today rn an effort to force lh# Amar*ar. Bmafttteg and Refining cronpen-; arri Compania!! Carimnifara De A*butts to agree to a AM-pf'tnt program mc luring wage adjustment:    *<* ohing lo ‘ word received to Bagle from • Lot* Sunday when ?b.n** th# worot 4 Robert* mid. ‘we (to-1 rifted It was ail up to* eh of tm w* go*, th* whet# bunch tog*-nor bhd we knelt and prerod IR th* sand Then we wotted far aroid * After lh* wpm died A wn th# men rebuilt a hot which hod brott Mown down lf the homo*ne. They had • nit a aouit amount et food and a earn jug tow kbd brought along wa* found to mntoln gem-me bv -lewd of oater They droi t oater oui of pwftdMi od th* bor Al! of toe men •Jferi frrom '.him and hunter during th# two •lay* «« im Mtoad, tow rote Abilenian Falls From Building T C Cockron In Mtrktl Hospital MB3tB» Aug lh— Bpi * T C Our kr«n PH K P at , Atelene aalmmon tor th* Ntmcoae Peteoi-sum oompahv Do ai oat reported ro»tmg ceoaforlably in th* Meta*, tempi UU tonight from mhinm •offered ateortiy bel we nmwt whan he fed from th* lop of a one non budtong ftp a anodon awntnc and then crashed through the imini to tho sMSewato Me lufforod a frat* lured ee.terimoe fractured nm and a depraved fracture et the ahull He nod keen on top et th* build-tng. eaairuftmg the rue! pepereuMry to (tuMtog en mum*to of th* moi af renewing it and: nod storied Ie come down th* frond amil to a tedder ar. th* awning when he f* ; (jhnconaco wn*n laser, to the baa-pita I he regained cmwiouenero : about an hour liter Mhts ad* and lit IMH? IBMNB&BkPf'iI !ht t%mih    tm NnplfBl abed the taidd> et the aftemnm I ie be el hip bed*. > ems Mrs Ctetk* ran    net*    tonight Ploinvitw Bonds PLAIBVftW Aug    J#-.«#*- PMInVMW cttmrn* voted IP to 3*3 against a im roe bond issue tm erorurg a new my hot ted approved iff u tm a ne aec ts»u* for city {MVmg “They ft»e m# meeter bv bv* I keep tote loon ctean bk* a table ta i Mar- lane tam ii. of Allo tepee Pa taro Italian- n* tori mu wan* to lobe his M *e reuaf mmm-> otto ate earnb-g ti sari Is shown gems ro*watery street Charge Five In Old Death Here Co«ivict#t Letttr Reopen!    Halo Coft; Four DefendonM In Cuitody Death af AW Rate whom body was found froting od the waters af Late* KMby *.a ywaia ago ha* aero charted to tiro ponona. four af whem have men toke® tote ruatoay The ttemmn et toe body bod men p.*eau*abv frige’wa b* pero* affbteri and UM puhiM when a sonvlel to toe Tv tai penitentiary reopened the cees tomato Iv Vftttng a letter Rte letter mode pemihle toe %«wk ac reek «f four po? ems end em-cor* ere cuafidectt they know toe wheroobouae et e fifth All are charged with mwtom ta e ceropteifftt flied . ■  ..................-............................................................................. Snyder Woman Dies After Fall Rites For Mrs. G A Glen, 90, This Afternoon WUU J issue* et tot Proc* Thew Aah PAU I All I ll MI hi bi loll here em Wayne flofftb-mgroo • * Lotigttew and Ka Uterine Camp et Big hprihg ttoder ft: Mb bend ie Laura Maroeu if Abner** A tourto pmwon i-smed to th* • mapteint la J M ScurMrk ia n«w serving s two rout the pemMfttearv for aute •hell ll wa* nm letter Hum re ogooed the aid case Offer rn ate leeaing amo--, wassail Aw ar tori Ie addita** Ie writing ib* lr ti#* bae »weed a alalemiwl fegsrdsng toe tem. Bete*Me seer** say thai I* toe Man—cai rn at ie* a void too* m perron* in*toto*g Hate net* an a dnoitog pony, toes MM* nm given # dens I* oneri turn. and ihat whew bm eempaoftse* 1m$m4 Mate bad died. thef teed a weight M the bwiy sod placed It m toke hic bv Th# rim - was fotaad an leptem* Smith Rolls Up 20,000 Margin Over Johnston M Adoo Is Far Behind Pension Pion Advocate Bp The Ateoeisted Erma BdMM#y*It backed catoMalm for the ftooaie wore traihng rn ihdotopleto reiams from raster day a (Tvtedar a) d*mocrelic pfimanea SMITH mt -pf ROr UST bl drmto Carolina Item*un CUt-•nn D Pinto whnro name Ola WTM-Mo eh toe cruet eaoniUve’f "party pit ce Bit, laid (ftovmnev Otto D Johnston fty mm toon Kiana votes otto nearly tor*#-guam** of in* •teM'e sloe-too district'* reported bi Cantoral*, early r*iurns snow-od Rena tor William O McAdro oorrytogUM oRcoomlt andorwmint running Mr behind nneridan Hew • Ah rflANf (WI O Sag »» Af -eeinm* from 1.111 eron-pbrie and iinn>bb prortoeia ani el 11, am ta (be gem—rote* Primort ga**, toll a* na lee I ibertdaw Btewney ilJJt, WU-Item a Mr toro TS im lantro it. Mellen UCI! iron W Pro*-Inn TJMi Bey (L Ripley tJet iou MBI*, a r, km- aa- ar -heierro from I MO et to* Merna i joe pre# m«ia iii stoat a (0dNBBdMFfFdSSftfl pWilViSP |r S B e # fftdftU.4 * alee I. O smith I th. ICT rots* sgstesM I*? J is fro line** n«r aor atfvriMie of a ma&tm Town sated aid eg# poastott plan McAdno had rn im votes to l>*wn*i • st bi rn incwsnpime returns rem UBI or i J SJO proctor lath# e lev Motes m brin steam ta-voirod vmm et tm eontosia for •rots in the house and tor stet* courtly ami m*n#r pa. efhcw to Celitmm* alme on than am candid* t*« war* tntered tor «•* ym et eooUmt *. t. BACA TO FOBB TTM South Can*..-»a senatorial conte* 1 wa* in* prtbc-peJ penal of attention ame* ll tnroirod sn rf* ton by me pre toon* rn buri a teenier whom ne conaMers .nit .cod rn Mr* Cowl tojecuvm The terne teen* ha* been p; mer. to m the neighbor • mg atelo et OesfU where Senator (toorgs la under prwstdentiei attest ‘ ut Hen tend where aerator Tydmgs ta opposed by to# prroiOro*- and rn Bow fork, wiver# he to* droiajto againet mo rmtecibm of John J OC«ni.*f The hoUte Carolina roc tori was original:’ a ‘cue* assn affair wit* aLrosta - — — - - — — --si la,. hrouf bs ftatoh na ait nrot O^ppwiPPPm Pp BwP^U jFmeeememmM •rn PBiMkifsa, Pf ti Col • rn • • lifYOflt AM a A (Han to one et matt riumite dud ’hie wnwrilRg of a mn# woad 9 Cinose rws -.iing to*rn a fall Bhe hod ii dwwri, tiving d#s*»r4n»te Bhe hod hod m Srurry «mmif ll vee * Her husoano erne I* ? se ct ag-v Ping) ram ar* to be held Wed* nmdhy atoonbaao as J e rinrt ai rn* PbPM Ba pc ut rn teen with the palier th* Bm Ira Namaflte of* ».i. - WM LEADING M ADOO Tone of ie*'n wa* fmaung auusirii bf brr !    S*» mnolirbl woutin aarher Af*: melee »f his doaih is* son* Adrian mid Na Am Mss et B toro# AEBI*f« H IL * si ft the Weather R*v Hmm B Bpt*mr Pf—b-ienan ae-met Bu:mi! B 10 be in tea Bn • per terne-err (Jn-m diners- bom* to rn charm of artangwuenti Un GUoa ie •urvi’tod by    two dawgh’ors Mn L L L-ncec -m Vernoh. and Mrs. J • h ggu ttofena too totu J. R and C T Otto el an?der ll grai^c- hi.drwi; sod M gv«oi g'tiuw lidrri Cos! Too High— QUITS SPEAKER RACE —Bradbury Say* Rep J Br? an Bredbnry of Abilene Tuemlay eiwtrim««ki Hi* withdrawal from the re*** for sp#»it#r»h»p of th# h use of representatives. Hp iwsnerl th*    statement    I “I bai* deei<let) not to be a eahd»4atp f r speaker of th# house of reprerontgtive* when the teftaloture p«»vm*w in Jaguars The root of making •neb a race was far above m\ egpretm lion* ami I do not have tho moat? ta make th# kind »( raeg uerewaory rn win. “I am Kit willing to saerifies prianple to get ‘smpaifa funds “J am grateful for (be wtvndeffU support promised bv mf friemls M Itradbur) a withdrawal leave* the position virtually aseured ta Rep. R. Emmett Mont al Htentm. Rep Rem* Hardin al Lime# vt*me county withdrew Tqpodoy th favof af Mam, ami Rep Rob Aietatxler of I b lid rows, em of tho abief cogt enders, mm de-fes’eil Hot ti rd* r. NAME RETIRING LEGION OW AS NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN AbiUitian Witkdrowt From Rocs On Sacond Roll Call; Waco Wins Moat iVSTTB Aug Pl av Th# Tessts deparimewt et. ’he Siseneoh Ijfp^lfdpi liSWkF    VlMMHNBi    OMNMMI    dflf    N^ISISII ff*#*#    MHt rhom War* ss Ila I PIP laosohPno em Or rn $ Oanfmih et Pm Write muring c«eB#tehder. wa* - • ne Hems. roflwutiv* cronMswiaoteMMi. (Iii - dn i    rte# trir    was    ms ii*    tmentismue after Lsm Roherle et ShCBar wUhdrow during    the    rod    rag    bahai    Dahferth hod hp* oppm «u tor , lh* conuaiuoemaa pate nor. Wuham P Murphy et PaiseKtte* wnbcbnpodBS after maiftvlhc the mw**’ aumhtr 4 vrow in ’he ton *eS and terry a ,00144 et Aadene ftebewtng suit -—— — ----  ■      - Well Extends Haskell Pool Test Near Rule Reported Showing Oil, Will Core BTAMPOhG Ag) JI - resee Pacific Coat * OS rom pm* Mo t h I* UvtehflMd. nnrtfto out* post It UM sriiflMWh Hsroell ee«a* ll fwrc to ppm Bv* mites worth et tome, strawBy asiorsd • heif-mih #*ser:*,.i« «. toe C*r*«w .ave peri* daring alto today after wmo arm** "TO* tow Orrn! rid cornel IBM 1* § lute: gepih of URI % " ■ ■ SS ’ f’ if *    to r : # Its to J w    grift    *    ’ ated 'had been ss. so sate bai re -Mantua sui Ii woe I mg IP' preganatsan far BSSBS Hat gaoges tsriauon ic SBI fset from aaoftb si* ana 1 ill '*** fl es*' Ham eft 1 • mrib « 1 Other oflbrirs ca mote a* a fins.    § it* Ti' survey inteiOBtien ssririm wee* Mrs WHI    . -i~.ro*ro- Ha-*# MB# '    ^    ll Mrs prod White et Pm Arte-*/ rt r tmn < ne fwsu" Mr. C J Austin of A««s-    ^ un stenretery sod Mr* —w-***1 ^ ^ gtount cd Green*1 t Mr* Krecvea a# Bryan Mrs W ll Jon* kiss of Wewiero Mr’ WdJMy Lynn of Rosebud and Mrs J I btemu of Comrs4»> CHV Metes- rire-prssl* den? The orate*) Toma rag ■eyed Baar egpbssitote from Weils while a ndepauote redo wiuvdre* IR favor af tier Cnntenders ehieh ie how angled for tee -•adad Beaumont. Pm Warn La redo dan An urn rn and Berun***! OMMitoflng Hmm MUI annua, gel • ngrhf tee legtonnste** allo rimed ftftiu Caroba* Wham af Ame- ria*, a fgrater anay marse, as his ! arian Brigadier Omu«e Otero af tho Battalion Army in Dallas chap* tem ami Borane L Retold of Oro ham. mrsbihi >1 •ria* C P /.r-#v.k.j4 Of Steele* and to g fti**«ei et Pm Arui ut were re shrewd to th* Affines et judge pd*»mm and "teeter** rssgrc-tirvobr Colarodo Woman Auxiliary OMctr AUflTTB Aug rn - rn - Mw Wuiiam a dhrtti cf San Mer loo*’ was steeled prwiidtl et tho Ame* wait Legem suriltoey, depart-amit of Teas* *%. --eodir.g Mr* W L SSBI af SoawaaM who am ame ••to- .-.vt UM Strong Earthquake Rocks Los Angeles sd id nova eoc»i»a'*rod anewirg et m rn MOP IMW ;• SWM ag to caf* s tori*, defers    p« tom te being driJad toil roaarv bv Tito* bm a Mc*#* Cf port ira to SPIR WEUM AT A new site**’, tee* teased a *U* •am «f Avoca and about roe aura emtneeet ’ '■tm Avoca •misty IMI RIUS* Im ii* SI I LOS ANGILI* Ari ter < r-g aarxnguaa* m. vra Us Ap pa al 1 31 PST* irnflSBL Th# soar* a awaptRg assi-aaa* m-wiote test-mg gpsoral raaads. was IeI* m beento*t*« Lea Augrim amt in-ic* MNivii- in Ut* narbcr antrin and brach enwa fro damage *s» re ii -•Me Irate aa tee t'Riro A roas-rr # 1. lh ll M OrxSlm STO ■aw rid Mn from tee mrite and om '.mas *f tab saute nett et mrtiso . to Sh aa. v sera Aero-•f#    ut Neva to two Bail* -*> Os* - jsr.paflv Hrau Field# Lewis Prarimiaa Pee OIL F« UL Cal. T HOSIERY DAY BIG SUCCESS— taro* •ait I vc *»« ivwH ••aiwria* toto latotob# I til It Vt*    >«toto*    O.OwtoS. ABILENE HUMS AS CRUSADE IS LAUNCHED Abtten# Hreeu hummed with ac-llvtty yaaterdsy aa bu uiesamen th-augurate! the Balei.,men» Crusade to a mme to mfl# depreuton rumors, stimulate **.«* and create jobs Mary Day, first of a tong Bal of sp** 14 day*. w*% a    from every rirwpaim Af aPM ratter-isy nearly food pat-s et how h*» » women» and CMidrona had iran K^dl “I Lav# m*. made a tear! et Ute iUvre- far tn ’ii< • report J. g tftflihfte, aajanpd uuaadc luau ag er Mid teat rv.f’i* 'but vevers; •mr* msn*g#r- told me -hat sal*, throughout tlia day were gratify-Mi Tbday hog hoc bran designated as any aportal cMy-wide “day.* bid firms wi:; probably spm.wir ipo tai mkt attito tiro* of their own tar all ut# rior# mea wig •♦•I tedsv and make plans tm a sp* Isl day, Cl, W MaMrep, gvaeral rbainoaa et th# crusade directors Mid (sri igfcl H • ase b aid Dental baggitea Day wU ba brid lamarrew wha I ad retail dr«ff**U Stdtof to lb# pi* I The *• ug I van* edl Ie toras Utmmrme av ton ut# al a 4 a'-chil SeraAfsai to all bro emptor**. After (Ae nweting lh# Sr WI (IM rroMde alii swing toto acttoa ( racker Mlemrn thm keg •to At et gvwrrie* Is rrsdl aem fa# I park -t Bsf. riheg-sled far tool tov a Friday pad flpttmdpy haw beet ara ( BL a Alii. Pf LL (ri. I Maryland Ncwipoper Ad Rapped By FOR TRAIN HALTED BY LANDSLIDE w-an-tc toto »»»«•« ti to    *••’» •pa m u bf AP HIN < IT OBI Alg HI k Fretidenl Romo*elt Mid tad*? «# had oean amuaed ar.4 teen aabaen-«d by what .bg tor neg ta water MT*! i--a*# me#.- ut Mar viand newspaper •Iv enamor r<*.* urging th# po-pie to ran# 1 ho tr.v satan of the stele nett wariMTOd Aritod • tether he nod any rn* marks ceocoRflns 'te witedraaal et stele Senator Brow:. Bom tee United buut srnauxrla) roc* bi South Carolina #•*<* his a-joatoirant denm^ lotion of * kwemer Olin >nn»um ere pf the rant id* ie* ra t mr toe chief #secu*’v# replied in (he hagaltra ••!«* and wt*a tommtmm mm Mom. rmm Abilenians Describe Havoc OI Monterrey flood Brew.lr,meas to tee de-*Site et th# M-vf term* flute tee Rev Willis P flArbiri rec’a# of tee Mea >en: v Re** Cpiar >p*l en recn Char Se* Clara and Brier’ g gen-undy rauarasd 'ate yesterday after- mm Bom * HgpgflPB Mg to Meero Sunday night when me hurricane sod Bari I’re« MABftWrig tee R*v Gerhart and flraoady err* en route by ftrahi Bom IBmAba Cry ie asset Clara to Monterrey Abdat m m i'm frron Mfr.'-efrey 4 out tram *w ! weed to mop aerate# iv# s landslide a- ros* *ne troefts.' ta# Rev Qtrngr’ Nato Wet night 'Wt • sited tetra mar# '.eau righi tsuura aritg Urn dirt and <tobrw was ctoar-sd sway 4ft.;.# tetra w* g»H word mat • bridie* we had jute crawled asor was washed out by tee Brad g#*ei*. af toe other wntif** wtvoo Uiniumey and Manteo City alae ss*r-sw sway* *gl*fyw4to#* sr* «arritf ara Ute nee# M was a raging leerara. 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