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   Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - November 7, 1930, Pulaski, Virginia                                v Vii By VIC RANDALL f And heres one week of Novem ber gone It wont be long howl Santa has already groomed Dunoer arid Blitzen and Prancer and Dancer are straining at the Soon well be running those so many days before Xmas if you havent started getting ready for Nicks annual pilgrim age to these now Of theres Armistice Day and Thanksgiving to comb but the first slips away next Tuesday and Turkey Day is just Around the One day we are looking forward to with great And its not any of the holidays Its the anniversary of the day the old Hello World column went mod Then we can just start re printing it with practically no la bor at Speaking of a lot of folks have or at least said they liked the Hello World head better than the Knot VIRGINIA Fair tonight and Sat Not quite so cold in western section VOLUME 221 hutrst TODAYS T i Art qiilrkmn VpKirrini Imnnty Fall United PreM Leased Wire Service NOVEMBER 1930 Cit By Carrier Boy Within 2Oo Per SINGLE COITT 6 Big Tanker Held Fast On Rocky Coast we never did like and thats why we changed And one nice thing about we enjoy the position of an autocrat that that nice Two other names have been sug gested which sound we ever want to change One is Says You SAYS ME from our advertising The other fa Looking Up which comes from HaSmah knows where Maybe you have a good sugges tion for a If shoot it we warn we do promise to use One we why some are always out of work is because they want a and all they can find is Its never a safe bet to advise a Itoy to follow in his fathers foot you know the hard jpb becomes easy if iu to But the essfngs of life is one to And Crew Defies Pounding Sea In Effort to Refloat Vessel Little Danger Seen For Crew of By FRANK BARTHOLOMEW Inltpd Prean staff Correspondent Pigeon UP The huge oil tanker Tamiahua was fast aground six miles north of here today when 45 crew members defied a pounding sea in an apparently fdtile attempt to save the Meantime a dense fog blanket ed this bleak and rocky section of the 55 miles south of San The lack of visibility handicap ped ships cruising the cqast in the hope of saving the one of the largest on the While there was little danger of the crew members losing their lives it ap peared that the tanker was doom Lying 200 yards off a pebbled but at a spot isolated from coast guard stations and other rescue the Tamauhua apparently buried its bow in the sands while the threshing sea swung its stern to and fro to the nercy of the Captain in com State Fisheries Boat Is Victim Of Marine Blaze UP The Captain John nag ship of the state commercial fisheries was destroyed at Morehead City today by flames originating at the marine ways where it had been hauled up to receive a coat of Offi cials of the department of con servation and development were notified Claims JIubby Fired Her Bed Jersey ard was arrested today after his from a cot in Jersey City hospital claimed he had attempted to burn her to death while she Fire men when called to the lodging bouse where the Swazerlys room found the woman severely She was taken to the hospital and when her condition proved police sought a She said she awoke to And her bed in flames and fieJ6 husband dancing about the room waving a torch made of rolled When the fire touch ed his handhe ran from the room spreading an alarm without at tempting to save she who denied the was held on a charge of atrocious assault and battery while police determined whether the true or only told in del caused by the FiveMiisked Men Seize Payroll 1 Loot Taken Ort Coast By Bandits Who Stop Train UP Fhre masked bandits held up the ern Pacific Stockton flyer Wi machine guns early today at siding two miles northeast of looted the mail and express of a payroll believed amounted to and by automobile toward Word was immediately flaaht by telephone to every police in the East Bay and tomobile posses from Richmond and other Alameda Cohtracosta counties took up the Operating with a calm swift five d the train by placing a on ie As toe tram one of the men walked toward it leveling a Thompson gun of the type recently shipped in large numbers from a New York munitions house to unknown5 y consignees in San Francisco anqaP AS CROWDS WAITED WORD OF ENTOMBED MINERS Here is a view outside the Sunday I reek mine north of as crowds of relatives and friends awaited word of fate of 150 miners entombed in the depths of the shaft by two In the photo ran be teen the waiting ambulances ready for relief Just after this photo was snapped the bodies of 25 including president of the Sunday Creek were t the PASTOR ASKS SALARY UP reen of ttfj JPirst PresbyJ hurch of this city to accept per ment Late Counts Give Yates Majority In Illini Final Results to Show Power Evenly Divided With Labor Candidate In Saddle House Line up Is New UP deadlock between Democrats and Republi cans in the house of representa with a FarmerLaboritel holding1 the deciding and Re publican control of the senate an pea red assured bv late returns to Complete unofficial figures from the last doubtful that for the second gongressman at large in incumbent jmolij than plurality over Walfap On this the house lineup would be Rej 217 217 i ver Works New UP A controlled by Republicans house of representatives the Democrats emerged What some small boys cant un derstand is how older boys actual ly get paid for working at soda Squigett wants to know what all the baseball umpires are doing this from some of the decisions that have been handed we think they must serve on Which recalls the who after a close demanded to know who called pop soft drink as he rubbed his Speaking of which reminds us that next week is court Why is asks little Willie that the man first courts the then they get and then she courts alimony Ask your Wasted energy Asking a boy whether he wants a large or small piece of a for that matter asks the is so rare ae a June we know somethiitg wed appreciate a Jot thats a June day Jn X rid the ipdio equip rrals Political Foe Baton ernor Huey of Louisiana who has not left the state because he would not allow Lieutenant Governor Paul his bitterest political to be governor even for an has solved the problem of going to Louis by deciding to take Cyr with At a meeting of the state board of liquidation Long said he would like to attend a meeting of the Mississippi Valley Flood Control committee Thanksgiving He eyed Cyr and the latter rose to the Ill go with the lieutenant governor I guess youd better stay with me while were up Long Long intimated yesterday that on the advice of a telegram from Governor Roosevelt of New York he was reconsidering his plan not to take his senate seat until the Je the Et John COMING TO FRONT New UP Angel Clir Porto Rican fighter who evexal months ago was an un fknown in fistic was be hailed today as the next mid sf idjeweight champion as a result of oneround knockout of Rene at the last The which was f Scheduled for 10 ended IfVafter 19 seconds when CHville a sweeping right flush on Belgians jstfUleged Agitator Given 60Days In Jail alleged labor Pwiday was under sentence of 60 jrs in Danville City Jail after conviction on charges of in diary Evidence in duced in his trial tended to Mahpne suggested to union 3 at the Dan and Riv cotton mills that they dy the Mahone de He his as Wil was d to be tried today on p inciting to fiev ouafiwi Ten Defendants Freed In Probe of Lynching Case UP Ten re maining defendants charged with lynching Allen young here last were acquitted to day by a jury in Oconee county court after all night The defendants are John John Grady Harold Nelson Landle Tillman Will Alvon Jones and May or Charges against seven other including Mitch Jabe Joe Mc Will Iva Dock Carver and Pete were quashed Wednesday and The case reached the jury late last jailed on a charge of assault against a white was removed from the jail and His widow recently sued state law providing financially for and judgment against Oconee under a widows of lynched STRIB BOOKBD UP were completed early today for Young Georgia heavy to meet Toffy of Chicago in a 10round the Chicago Stadium December 12 benefit dftfeti inttc who is most certain to succeed Nicholas Longworth as speaker if the Democrats organize the house says she has been too busy to worry over the fine points of of ficial or social Long worth the Republican questioned the right of sister of the Vice President Cur to take precedence over his Alice Roosevelt Long at social I have never been interested in such mat Garner when questioned about the Longworth Gann I believe a wo mans first duty is to her hus band and and that in cludes upholding the dignity of any position her husband may at as well as aiding him in bearing the burdens of his du Garner Garners words are borne put by her She has served as sec retary to her husband ever since he was elected to congress in even though at the same time she was rearing a She studied shorthand and typewrit ing after their marriage in order to aid him in this PEN PRINTSHOP ENLARGED ment of a small print shop in the Texas state prison at Huntsville lias been Prison Manager Lee Simmons has visions of In creasing it to take care of all state printing for which Hundreds of thousands of dollars are expended TEXAS OIL ESTIMATED UP Twelve days unrestrained production of Texas oil fields would fill every bit of available oil facilities in the United chairman of astate commission Cutting gasoline prices will not stimulate Penn i transfer His first his fath Negro Politician Has Home Bombed Near Los Angeles Los home of George negro politici was bombed early Brown was uninjured bat suffered a possible broken back when he was hujtal from his Police offered nb explanation for the blast which rocked the neighborhood for but it was belteved that Browns political activity waa to Browns name appeared re cently in the initial inveatliwtlon titr the assignment er once Family Ties Los form er Marquise De La Falaise Do La Coudraye was just Gloria film actress again to as the result of an uncon tested interlocutory decree of di vorce granted her by a Los An geles Called a day ahead of Miss Swansons case was heard and the decree sign ed within five She es caped from the court building be fore newspaper photographers could catch Betraying no the actress testified that the Marquise Henry La Bailly De La Falaise De La known to his Hollywood friends as had deserted her and to return despite urgent Several the Marquis returned to Holly from but he refused to live in Miss Swansons Bever ly Hills she and rates which it enact to aid business re was condi tfie countrys finances is to have been laid be ident Hoover at a pri ference with Secretary of Mellon ajid Secre Mills at the White Mellon and called in after a visit by Bfirector of the Budget The four went over the budget of next years proposed which al ready has been The bud res must be submitted to when it reconvenes De They will be made public at that Extreme economy has been exacted in their 85 Join Red Cross Rolls Only 86 new members have been enrolled in the Red Cross during the past officials stated to No reports Mye heen received from the which may swell the total tomorrow when workers send in their Many people seeni to get the membershipdrive confused with the community workers drive i now made is for num berg Cross all over They donot realize that the the United States is holding its roll The membership fee of ft is used for local work and half goes to the national organization for1 relief in national A special Red Cross program will be broadcast tomorrow night over the system from to Roanoke is included in the network as well as Char and Norfolk STILT WALKER GETS DAMAGE East Hi Jack who set out from to walk to Los Angeles on is rich er its the result of being struck by an automobile near East wli itUts WWW knocked from under causing him to suffer driver was arrested of which 22 went then resumed his motion picture trade j Coattnned on Pare Negroes Pay Death Penalty N UP Two ne the murderers of three per sons in North Carolina and one in New were electrocuted today at North Carolina state The first to tro to the Willie Mas pronounced dead at 10 Will Sloan was the sec He was pronounced dead at Massey was con victed for the brutal slaying of his brotherinlaw at Dur condemned to death for tKe murder of Phoebe aped person county con here to the murder of a white wo Westchester BoUiSloan and Massey died calm ly and without Three necessary to kill Mas while two electrocuted Mexican Who Got Men Durlll Quarrel Executed Mexi Killed three men in a quarrelOVOT a quart of milk two years 4gO this was ettrly today in the elec tric The prison stringed jplayed two hours for Cell before he start ed His wife in the Sentenced to death for Joe Me diPA storekef and his arts and he Federal Officials Take Up Mine Probe UP The state and federal government took a hand today in the investigation of the explosion in the Sunday Creek coal companys mine 6 which took the lives of 79 officials and Government inspectors planned to enter the mine in an ef fort to determine the cause of the s State inspectors ex pressed the belief that sparks gen erated by the friction of a metal slide had touched off a gas resulting in several other explo In the Millfield I juried its A community fun ral was arranged for the 70 min rs whose along with those of nine were recovered early yesterday and had in morgues in the neighboring villag es of Pomeroy and Ca It was expected that most Woodcock has been sudden ly ordered home from an inspec tion tour in the west to furnish data needed by the chief execu Official announcement by At torney General Mitchell yesterday said Woodcock would be asked to submit a report on prohibition en forcement to be utilized by the In his budget message to President Hoover is expected to ask an increased ap propriation of about with which Woodcock can add 500 new agents to the federal dry His tours have convinced Woodcock that the present force is pitifully Meanwhile wastrajlii Continued Four Wood Escapes Tulsa Police of a golf couvrt who lUnd fracture of struck by the tree while Oddy UP Otto North Carolinas one man crime one of the most hunted criminals in the United slipped through the arms of police on Warden Haywood Honeycutt of the tate p rison was notified to It was the first accurate re port of Woods whereabouts since he effected his fourth escape from the prison here last bringing his total number of prison escapes to The Tulsa police reported they found a woman believ ed to le his and her six year old who was kidnaped in High all asleep in an automobile on a highway near The trio was detained for investigation and then released before police discovered their mis It was stated many tourists now sleep in their automobiles and that no significance of law viola tion was attached to the finding of who was not identified at tho time as a fugitive from jus The wily convict also has es caped from prisons in West Vir Virginia and At the time of his last escape he was serving a 30 year term for the murder of a Greensboro pawn The latest survey shows that only 715 persons in the United States and Canada are both deaf and blind Continued OB Pave Four Hawks Slashes Speed Record UP Captain Frank having added a new New YorktoHavana airplane speed record to his already large assort plans to leave General Ma chado airport on his return trip to morrow in an effort to exceed the record of 9 hours and 36 minutes tie made Captain Hawks actual flying exclud ing the two stops made at Jackson ville and was 8 hours and 17 This broke the pre vious record of 14hours made by Wilmer who flew from New York to Havana in in Lhe monoplane accomi panied bv Mabel Boll and Charles i precincts brought tlte nninber of De mocratic congressionaj victories in that state to Two of the clos est races in which recounts or con tests were certain to occur were in Minnesota and Senator Thomas of the formes gradually wore down the large early lead of Einar and finally forged ahead late His apparent vic tory was not accepted as by the Hoidale Both sides intimated they believed there had been Mun was the scene of prob ably the closest contest on the en tire After a day of check ing and the election board announced that Claud Ball D had defeated Albert Ves Republican congressional in by a margin of 2 Balls vote was announced as Vestals as VestaFa friends indicated a complete re count would be Because of the closeness of several races both in the senate and in the the above distribution could not be considered today as htfw Continued on Sevra Jones Guilty Embezzlement verdict of gruilty was returned by a rico county court jury at noon Strong headwinds held the T n T speedy monoplane Texaco 13 down today James P to an average an speed of 182 miles Pollard Refuses To Call Special Legislature Term UP John Garland in a state ment this announced he thought circumstances failed to justify calling a special session of the as suggested by Lieut James to pro vide from to advance funds to relieve economic distress from drought conditions this The assembly could not borrow the the gover nor but could secure revenue only by levying additional taxes on the people and this was not deem ed he promis mjsed to exercise all the power en trustd in him by law to relieve the Jimmy former league hnrl ler was passed up in the draft this year by both majors despite the proper at mf fact he turned in 26 victories this without year in the Pacific Coast state legislator and former urer of the AntiSaloon League of on charges of bezzlement from funds of the ginia Methodist orphanage whjlo treasurer of that institution verdict carried with it a of five years fense counsel Immediately servedL notice of appeal and Jones released after renewing his of pending outcome of The courtroom crowded to capacity as the came in after many hours several years since the were made against heard verdict but his other members of his grouped about him was on trial for more than COPS RlLE AGAINST DAI longer girl clerks at Boston quarters keep dates with their if the dates take side the city A prohibits civilian members department from going   

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