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Brookfield Argus (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Brookfield, Missouri Field Argus volume Liv no 4958brookfield, Missouri tuesday Augustio 1937 Linn county a Only daily newspaper England now ready for the Friendship Parley with Italy walks scheduled to Start at end of september. The Empire a a rearm ment prof ram. Thought in London to give advantage in bargaining move i made to protect Imperial lifeline. London aug. 0.�?possible French objection to a practical working agreement Between great Britain and Italy were before Diplomat today As they began preparing Britain care for the Rome Friendship talk scheduled to a tart at the end of september. Diplomat Are compelled to keep in mind that a four Power Western pact to replace the abandoned Locarno a a possible outcome would raise a storm of protest in a people s front France bound by a pact with Russia. On the other hand it is Felt Likely that France which has been following the British Lead in most matters of foreign policy through traditional far of Germany would realize that in the Long run she would stand to Benefit As much As Britain by setting accounts with Italy. Foreign office experts therefore have set themselves with enthusiasm to the task of preparing the groundwork for the talks in which foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and count Galeazzo Ciano italian foreign minister May participate. Move to protect lifeline practical considerations for the safety of Britain s Imperial lifeline through the Mediterranean Are Felt to be at the Root of Premier Neville Chamberlain s move to end two years of embittered relations Between England Italy the first moves were made on the eve of the italian War games in Libya Italy a Colony on the Border of Egypt and around the strongly fortified base of Pantelleria Sicily. The Mediterranean situation will remain deadlocked it is Felt As Long As Italy remains entrenched in the Balearic islands in the Western Mediterranean and can threaten Highway to the sues canal from Pantelleria while Britain can throttle Italy s ethiopian Empire by cloning at least on paper the Suez canal. Both sides therefore Are believed to have everything to gain by placing their relations on a footing of Mutual understanding. Britain s monster rearmament program is thought to give her advantage in bargaining. Chamber it in Felt. It Peep Ped to remove the Quot bugbear of Ethiopia Quot by recognising Italy s Conquest in addition to this informed commentators say Chamberlain eventually is prepared to Grant Italy a zone of influence in Spanish Morocco recognise the insurgent Spanish administration As a belligerent and Ald Italy in Engineer in it the Locarno pact among France Germany Italy and Britain. Opposition critics of chamberlains move hold it will have no More effect than the Quot gentlemen s agreement Quot of january 30, which they say Italy ignored from the moment she signed it. Britain they argue is preparing to recognise italian aggression in Ethiopia and a plan in return for italian respect of British interests. Naturally they say Premier Mussolini would be most agreeable to any such arrangement As strengthening his position As head of a major Power government supporters on the other hand think Italy cannot afford to be at variance with a reared Britain. They believe Italy unable to rely on an insurgent Victory in Spain has everything to gain from a new Locarno which presumably would not interfere with the Sones of influence Italy and Germany have marked out for themselves in Central and Eastern Europe and that Italy would be treating with Britain no longer As a minor Mediterranean Power but on a footing of Equality with British recognition of her legitimate spheres of influence assured. Hog calling news summary. Foreign. Shanghai fears Battle after chivas kill japanese naval Offler and seamen in clash. Can Togny Victory vital to Allied of use colonel Mccormick do Clara at dedication of Monument to Victoria of first division a. E. F. Nazis striking Back at Britain order Veteran English news writer out of Germany. Madrid government Fortis in a town of Canete to Block rebel Advance in East pm Spain. Washington. Wage and hour Bill called just another Era by research expert of that defunct organization. Senator Copeland charges Roosevelt seeks to split party in new York mayoralty so la Guardis will . Employees of Sabath bondholders investigating committee called Crooks on floor of House. A a a attorney general snubs representative Snell in inquiry into Democrat s collection methods. Quot Domestic. Farmer follows girl to dance embraces her and stabs her to death then refuses to accept second degree murder plea of guilty from Slayer of girl. Roosevelt denies Copeland charge that he is dictator of new York primary election preacher pleads not guilty of having slain woman trial la set for november 16. Giant four engined flying boat for United states Navy nearing completion. Michigan liquor Board employees organized under c. I. O., demand More play. Sports. Dorais increases Lead in All Star coaches poll. Marlon Muey a record 78 leads women s Derby Field. Cubs expect to fortify league Lead this week. White sox open three game series in Detroit today. Finance. Commerce. Tony Wladel is first in Competition at Farmers association picnic. Boonville mo., aug. 9.�? Tony Wladel of year old Blackwater Farmer won the hog calling championship at the Missouri Farmers association picnic Here. He was awarded one spool of hog wire. Among those he Defeated were Norman Shannon. Bill Oswald and Frank Eckerle. The woman s husband calling contest followed the hog Competition. Or Fred Baumann was first and mrs. Roy Stephens second. To infant son passed away. An infant son was born to or. And mrs. James 81ms, of Marceline saturday morning. The son lived Only a Short while and interment was made in rom Hill cemetery. In. Rims formerly miss Dorothy Richer,.of this City is reported As resting Well today at Putman memorial Hospital Marcelin. A a -0----------- attending style week. In. Fred pay and in. D. Crandon an attending style week in ran a City. In. Fay will Render two vocal Solo this evening at the ban Quet Given at the Muehlebach hotel. Middle aged woman for general housework. Inquire it Sio North Monroe Street after 6 p. In. Longs unload sending wheat Down sharply. United states predicts 1937 Cotton crop will be sixth largest on record. Hog Slaughter in july is second lowest in 30 years. Rise in pork leads wholesale meat Market upturn. Goodyear tin reports Sharp gain in earnings this year. Export Copper rallies on heavy wave of trial nov. 15 Rev. E. Newton pleads not guilty on arraignment Ai Pittsfield in Pittsfield iu., aug. 9.�?the Rev. E. Newton of Paris Missouri pleaded not guilty today of murdering his former parishioner mrs Dennis e. Kelley with a Hammer and throwing her body into the Mississippi River his trial was set for november 18. The court overruled a defense motion to quash the indictment and Newton was returned to his cell where he is being held without Bond. In overruling the motion to quash the indictment judge Wuu ams held the document was Legal and the grand jury properly drawn. The defers argued Newton had been Quot kidnapped Quot by authorities at his Home in Paris Missouri. Mrs. Kelley a body was found floating in the Mississippi River july i. Newton was arrested the following Day and taken to Pittsfield. Newton signed a statement since repudiated that he struck his Friend and former parishioner on the head with a Hammer and dumped her body into the River after a quarrel. States attorney Merrilu Johnston also quoted Newton As saying mrs. Kelley had deserted her family and had sought his Ald in her flight. A letter mrs. Kelley left for her husband in which Newton was mentioned led to questioning of the former minister. Newton insisted he had no knowledge of the crime prosecutor Johnston said until confronted with evidence that certain Bills mrs. Kelley had withdrawn from a Paris Bank had been found in his Home. Newton said mrs. Kelley had entrusted the funds to him Johnson said. Neither of Newton s attorneys asked the court today for leave to withdraw As counsel following receipt of letters from Newton that he was financially unable to pay them. Apparently they intended to sense without funeral services thursday. Services for the late William a. Harwood will be held thursday afternoon at 3 o clock from the Bowden funeral chinese re enforce regiments guarding Hung Jaos a Ai drome also defend railway station and Industrial areas. Japanese demand punishment for sold 1er� who killed Seaman naval Offler. Believe japanese loathe to Start conflict in United Presa Shanghai China aug. To a chinese tonight re enforced their Quot peace preservation Quot regiments defending the Hungtao Ai drome railway stations and the Industrial areas of the native City and prepared to resist japanese demands that they punish immediately soldiers who killed a japanese naval officer and Seaman late yesterday. Meant Meade japanese were not pressing their demands for immediate action although High officers of the japanese naval staff who met in Tokyo announced they had decided to Quot punish Quot the chinese of they persisted in maintaining Quot provocative there a an increasing opinion that the japanese were loathe to Start a general conflict in Shanghai. It was recalled that Tokyo had to spend millions of dollars to the Quot Shanghai War Quot of 1933 and that two full army divisions had to be sent to the Mouth of the Yangtze River before a tenuous truce which ended five weeks of bitter fighting could been forced. The general military situation on the three fighting fronts was Loans to appoint sub committee to draft a Resolution. Washington d. a aug. u. Pm the Senate agricultural committee today voted to appoint a Aub commit tee to draft a Resolution for ten cents per Pound government Loans on Cotton. The Senate committee action was taken As chairman Marvin Jones of the House agricultural committee and Secretary of agriculture Henry a. Wallace met at the White House with president Roosevelt. Jones said the general legislative program was discussed. Wallace added Little to Jones statement but said sugar legislation played some part in the conference. A a a a prisoners land in France. Bayonne France aug. u. Pm the Spanish nationalist gunboat Muren Alguera pasayes arrived Here today with seven Basque War prisoners guns in hand directing the Captain and Crew. Landing safely the prisoners surrendered to police and asked to be taken before the Spanish consulate. The seven prisoners had been allowed the Freedom of the ship but after embarking had obtained revolvers. They overpowered the Captain and Crew end forced them to direct the ship to the French port. A to shortage of sales tokens. Jefferson City mo., u. Pm a shortage of Missouri a new Aine sales tax tokens before they had been issued was discovered today by the state auditors office collector of the Levy. Sales tax supervisor g. H. Bates said the Banks which handled the tokens had placed orders for 39,000,000, while Only 33,000,000 were ordered from the manufacturer. He said the present milk bottle top tokens would be used to fill the Gap until More funds for the Metal tokens Are available. Of youth receives sentence. Appleton wi., aug. u. Pm Olenn a. Barker 34 year old farm youth was sentenced to 14 to 26 years in the state prison today when he pleaded guilty to stabbing hts pretty sweetheart Helen Welhouse with a pocket knife. Barker was sentenced on a second decree murder charge less than 24 hours after he was captured by poll and confessed to killing miss Welhouse because she wanted to give her picture to another Man. Of Missouri Bank resources up. The weather forecast. For Missouri partly Cloudy to Cloudy. Local showers or Thunder storms tonight or wednesday. No so warm wednesday in the Northern portion. U. S. Expert hits Quot wage hour Bill As another aka nothing in changed but the name he declare. By Arthur Bearb Henning. Chicago Tribune press Servia Washington a aug. 0.�?while the House labor committee today was recommending passage of the wage and hour Bill As revised by president William Green of the american federation of labor an ominous warning of the effect of the proposed legislation emanated Tom or Charles f. Row director of research of the defunct Era. Declaring that the Bill proposes to set up a new Era or. Roca predicted that imposition of minimum wages and maximum hours of work will level Down More wages than it raises will destroy eventually More jobs than it creates immediately and will Slacken Small town Industry throughout the the country to the Benefit of big business in Urban centers. President presses for action. Notwithstanding this blow delivered by an expert who stood High in the Roosevelt administration during the career of the Nea the president is pressing for passage of the Bill at this session. Increasing opposition however promises a stubborn fight in the Rule committee which meets wednesday to consider a special Rule for passage of the Bill sad on the House floor later. Or. Row who gave his opinion of the Bill at the s limitation of representative e. E. Cox Democrat of Georgia said thai in his judgment the 40 hour week would Lead to Quot i. Curtailed employment by at least half a million within the first year of operation. "3. Decrease in production and average Standard of living. "3. Lower consumption of raw materials including farm products and lower prices for them. "4. Geographical realignment of Industry. "6. Higher production Cut for the identical with Era. Or. Row says that the Only difference Between the Nea and the setup under the Pend instill is Quot some added definition of policy in the latter. Quot in Era a he went on Quot we gathered a vast amount of statistical data showing that the introduction of a minimum wage always produced a High concentration of employ receiving exactly the minimum wage set the wage of some were raised but the wages of a substantial percentage were lowered to the minimum. It is therefore my judgment that this Bill will tend to level Down the present wage Swain knifes girl to death at dance conferees reach an agreement today on four Point measure Washington action on lower court procedure Bill. Bill Carris no reference to sap Rem Coart. Senator to flock immediate consideration. Attorney general to be Given authority. By United press Washington d. C., aug. u. A Senate House conf re a today reached agreements on the four Point lower court pro Dure Bill. Senator Pat Mccarran Democrat of Nevada chairman of the Senate group and foe of the Paul Dent a original judiciary reorganization measure mid a would carry the record to the Senate floor later today and ask immediate consideration. The Bill Carris no referent to the supreme court. Conferees agreed today of the wording of the portion of the me age giving the attorney general authority to intervene in cases affecting the constitutionality of a Federal statute. This Section now state that whenever such constitutionality is Quitton de in a measure effecting the Public interests the attorney general a must be notified Quot by the court and thereafter May intervene in Public in term to. Other provisions no. I direct Appeal of Esse involving the constitutionality of Federal Laws from District courts to the supreme court. No. 2. Hearings of applications for injunctions barring Enford ment of a Federal statute by a three judge court one of the judges being a circuit court of appeals Justice. No. 3. Transfer of judges within a judicial circuit to meet heavy dockets. No. 4. A provision that in cases where Quot irreparable damage Quot might be done by the failure of a single judge court to Issue an injunction so single judge May Issue a temporary restrain tag order to be effective until the hearing is held before the larger tribunal. O 1937 crop forecast i would Uke to talk to anyone interested in a farm for 1938�?w. T. Foster p. Box of Chillicothe Missouri. Of 1 a a a a a for room modern Bungalow with Hardwood floors and full basement. Phone u13j. Two furnished sleeping rooms in Jenkins building a mrs. W. H. Jenkins. Of 111,840,000 Over last year finance official says. Jefferson City aug. 9 a resources of Missouri Banks and Trust companies on june 30 showed an increase of $11,140,000 Over the previous year. A Moberly state finance commissioner announced late saturday the Fin ruse department s statement who wed the 582 institutions in the aute had 877 809 203 resource on that Date. As compared with $865 768,809 in re Souror that 806 Banks and Trust companies had in 1936. Demand Deposit totalled 8670,288.343, or an increase of about $13,500,000 Over the preceding year. Or. John b. Barrios dentist. Phons so off 1� hours 9 to is a. In and i to 8 p. In. Room 4, France building Brookfield Missouri. Far Bent. Bleeping room in modern Home. Inquire at 217 last Prairie Street. Appleton we. Aug. Helen Wellhouse of Little Chute gave her regular boy Friend a the Gate Quot last night she went to a country dance at twelve Corners eleven Milf North of Here with another youth. Her spurned Lover Glen Barker. 24, and a Fanner followed her to the place of revelry. Burning with jealousy he watched her whirling in the arms of his rival. He worked himself into such a rage by what he considered his girl s perfidy that he decided to Quot make her pay for two timing stabbed with hidden knife. Casually he walked up to Helen. He put Huarm around her As of to embrace her. Then suddenly he stabbed her in her breast with a pocket knife he had concealed in he hand. She died on the Way to a Hospital she was 18 years old. That was the Story authorities were told by witnesses of the slaying. They did not hesitate to accuse the out Agamie county farm youth. After the subbing Deputy sheriff k. W. Gerhart said Barker went to he Home and told hit parents or. And or. Al Barker. The father advised the youth to surrender and drove him to the county jail. Hears outcome and Fie. The son remained outside in the family oar As the elder Barker ensured the sheriffs Offit. Authority informed him the girl had died. When Barker went out to get his son he told him of the girl death. Quot if she is dead then there is no use of my living Quot Young Barker declared he jumped from the automobile and fled. A search was started for him but no Trace had been found today. It was feared that. Stricken with remorse he might commit suicide. A of. Nett. Cars washed 76c oars greased. 78c satisfaction Berv-1� a Taylor motor company. Young Man wanted. Borne experts no in cooking. Phons 865. Young Man for Sale work. Apply at quo a Bailey Maytag company ass uck no Ini number �08-381 please Telephone no. In. Department of agriculture Estimo to Corn end wheat Harvest. Washington d. C., aug. u. Pm the department of agriculture today forecast a 1937 com crop of 2, 868.748.000 bushels and a tout wheat crop of 890,419,000 bushels. The condition of the Corn crop on August i was 83.2 per cent of Normal indicating an average yield of 27.7 bushels per acre the crop reporting Board of the department mid. The Board estimated the yield per acre on the what crop now 00 per cent harvested at 13.1 bushels per acre. The Corn it image was 88,897, bushels above the july forecast and 1.129.421.00 bushels More than last years crop of 1,629,27,000 bushels. Airliner hits Power line. Daytona Beach fla., aug. u. Pm four men were killed and five seriously injured when a fourteen passenger Douglas Airliner of the Eastern airlines struck a newly constructed Power line As it was taking off from the Sholts Field today and crashed 60 feet to the Earth. The dead As announced by the Eastern airlines j. Triana of Mexico City a passenger j. M. Phi i pot Kingston Jamaica passenger flight Captain Stuart o. Diets Washington d. a and Miami and Pilot Robert Reed of Miami. Confederates free convict. Marietta o�., aug. u. Pm two men forced their Way into the Marietta jail today threatened the jailor with a revolver and freed Leo Mcl nth 35, who we returned to Georgia from Alcatraz Federal prison a month ago. Mcintosh was under too years and life Senteno for murder kidnapping Highway robbery and car thefts. A new trotting record. Kahoka mo., aug. 9.�?calumet can. Owned by Joe Wilson of Parsons Kansas and driven by Freddy Lowe broke the trotting record to the Clark county fair grounds track not on but three time in each heat of the 2 12 Trot. Thursday. The former record was 2 09, held by Peter Foote. The records for the three heats were 2 07, 2 08 an d2 q8vt, the Tost time nipping two seconds from the previous records. O Edison Saon Dies today. Wilmington del., aug. u. Pm William l. Edison 58. Pm of the in Thomas a. Edison died at his Home Here today. Edison an electrical expert in his own right had suffered internal complication for six weeks. a Happy Quot talk. By Kathleen Norris. A the Darlings a i Hope they re always going to to As Happy As they a today Quot whispers the brides Mother belching her Little girl com Down the Olsle on the Arm of the Young Groom. Quot i think they will to a Dick s such a dear and they re madly in love with each other Quot whispers Back the Bride s sunt. Quot Don t they look Happy Quot Happy t Happy. The foolish word nil the Beenti that follow. May they always to Happy. We Hope you Are going to to Happy. Everyone a even the most exper fenced of the relatives a Speaks of happiness exactly As of it were a Complete Concrete thing tied up in one More jewelery Box. The Novelty of in the passion of Young love the excitement of gifts and flattery last for a few month and indeed they Are Happy. And then the Glamour War away and the Silver tarnishes and the wedding checks Are a pent and they Are not Happy. It has All ended a not for any particular reason a and they Are like bewildered children now knowing what to do. A a we Don t love each other any More Quot they my pathetically. Quot we Are not Happy i Quot As of happiness were an element in married life Mary carries the do Scullon of the next stage which is the Ever popular argument about the effect of an unhappy marriage upon the children of the household. Quot Isnit it totter Quot asks Mary with thousands of other glib Young wives Quot Isnit it better to separate with All dignity and consideration than to have inn ont children brought up in an atmosphere of constant dispute end nagging Quot the obvious answer Quot must there to dispute end bickering Between decently self controlled persons Quot is passed Over with Superior Acorn. Where did the deep rooted superstition begin that married persons Are going to find happiness ready made who. In this world has a right to it without a slow painful struggle when a scientist shuts himself up in a Laboratory for years of research when an explorer girds himself for a bitter trip into torrid or Frozen Sony when a child la born crippled and some Mother s heart is chained to this suffering Little Couch for life we do not Prev upon them with idiotic Querim As to whether or not they Are such a qution would to an insult marriage humanly speaking is a Job. Happiness or unhappiness has nothing to do with it. There never was a marriage yet that could not to made a sue a nor a marriage yet that could not have ended in bitterness and failure. To much Good so much bad in the husband the wife the House the children the income the town the friends the health and the sets generally of the new social unit. A Little More hardship this year with which to contend a Little Iez next year. And at the end of 15 years 20 years sue a. A developed and ripened soul taught where to find Happing a not expecting to gather it out of the air. That is marriage. And life. Each and every one of us has one obligation during the bewildered Days of our pilgrimage Here the a Vang of his own soul and secondarily and incidentally thereby affecting for Good such other Boul As come under our influence. We know we older persons that the motor a is and wedding presents and trips and admiration and excitement Are Only will of the wisps that the children quite naturally Chase of a a few Giddy years. Surely it would help them to find the True secret of we dropped the consideration of Quot Happl Ness Quot from our own problems and from theirs where the big things of life Are con red and gave them to consider instead the thought that real happiness must to made not found and that the materials right in their hands at this moment Are its ingredients. Which is perhaps Only to glimpse the truth of the stupendous words Quot the kingdom of heaven is within to a. Organizer of a. W. M. Die8. Columbia mo., aug. 9.�?mrs. Anna Mary Armil 77, organiser of the Amor lean War mothers in Missouri and first stats president of the group died at her Home Here Early yesterday. She was born in Scranton Kansas and was the widow of the late Jack Armil Pioneer Railroad builder who died in 1911. She made her Home in Joplin Missouri Many years before coming to Columbia 14 years ago. Funeral services will to held Here tomorrow morning with burial in mount Hope cemetery at Joplin at 8 o clock tomorrow Republican bid to the anti Roosevelt democrats coming invitation May come from g. F. Winter rally. An alternative frs Esal that the Republican party Changa in mime has avowed Bat Little Atli Daem Hoover Start talk. Washington aug. 10�?an a Many with Antl Roosevelt democrate is one of the subjects suggested for discussion at a proposed Republican rally next Winter of Spring g. P. Leaden said yesterday. They reported some party members favor inviting anti administration Democrat to run on the Republican ticket in the congressional elections next year. An alternative proposal that the Republican. Party change its name so democrats May enlist without going under the Banner of their traditional foe has aroused Little enthusiasm Over the country some of the leaders declared. It we said in usually Well informed cd relm that talk of arranging the National Republican gathering sprang up about the time of Herbert hoovers recent Eastern visit. Hamilton Recognises report. The former president sightseeing in Yellowstone Park made no immediate comment on thee reports. John d. M. Hamilton chairman of the Republican National committee told writers he was aware of the pro polls for the meeting. He declined further comment however. The general purpose of the rally m outlined privately by leaders would to to invigorate the Petty and consider tactics for the 1938 elections. Every Effort would to made these party chieftains asserted to prevent it from becoming a device for booming 1940 presidential candidate. Observers recalled that Arthur m. Hyde Secretary of agriculture in the Hoover administration recently declared his former chief should to Quot drafted Quot to revitalize and strengthen the party. Hyde made this statement in a interview at Springfield. Missouri june 26 he added however he we not proposing Hoover As a presidential candidate but rather to Supply intellectual and spiritual leadership. Woald be held in old Woei. It he been proposed that tip rally to somewhere in the Middle West Sod that it to attended by National mate and regional leaders representing every faction of the party. Among the q us to one which might be considered at such a Oon Ferere is the stress to to placed upon the supreme court Issue in next years Campaign. Reports might he received on the reaction of the Public in different sections of the country to the president s proposal to reorganise the High tribunal. In the recent congressional struggle Over or. Roosevelt a court legislation republicans in general lined up against the administration although for Punk a of strategy they Imi of pm Ilion leadership to democrats there he been renewed talk in the capital recently that former president Hoover and Alf m. Landen the Republican presidential nominee fest year might meet next month at no farm Home of Frank o Lowden former governor of Illinois. Both Hoover and Landen have denied knowledge of it however. A gets Relief from heat. Kans City. To. Aug. Ion Ltd. Pm the temperature dropped to 75 Degro a Here today when a rain storm struck the City bringing a temporary end of the toot wave. The Mercury we at 85 when the half Inch rain started. Three room Sarto try modern furnished apartment with garage at sos Shelby Street Tomato for Canning. Bushel amount delivered. Phone sum mrs. A o. Directors meet. The Board of directors of the Brookfield country club held their regular monthly meeting in the offem of the chamber of Commerce this morning. R. S. Brown a president presided. Various pol in a of the club were discussed and it was decided to Issue a bulletin containing a get of nil governing the action of the members of us club. Physical tests Fob Guarda. Went Quot eliminate anybody wha he right to be me Jefferson City aug. 9.�?physical examinations for state prison guards is Tbs newest innovation of governor Lloyd c. Stark s administration. The examinations the governor explained today will to similar to those Given Highway patrol recruits but will to Quot More a the tests will not eliminate anybody who he s right to to s prison asserted Stark. The governor said the examination would to conducted by a Board which would probably include Warden j. M. Banders. Adjutant general Lewis m. Means colonel b. M. Pm tee of the state Highway patrol o. Clevenger superintendent of the intermediate reformatory at alg and or. W. W. Rambo prison physician. Incumbent guards m Well m new guards must pass the physical teats Stark said. Quot extra consid ration however Quot to added will to Given the incumbents due to the fact they have experience Quot Stark a Aid he we undecided whether the physical examination would a applied to employ of the stale penal institutions at Boon Villa Chillicothe and Tipton. Of. Por Sale. Urn All Nan a had it do. Payments a Low a uss pm month. Write tor l. Cribbis Missouri theatre Boudina Columbia. Missouri two or three room Modem furnished apartment at in by Wood Street sate and repair of noon rpm sum a us permanent at Sias. Flume 380 a Jeanette Beauty Shoppe my North Lori runt on Street a in Willy Sedan in a-1 Goa do Day Argo wags Ais pm
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