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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Chillicothe, MissouriNews notes of local happenings Chillicothe to saturday july 18 1936 six pages no 166 major operation Wilfred Potts of Utica underwent a major operation at the Chillicothe Hospital this morning his Condi Tion is satisfactory daughter Here Spanish rebels Rise against left Wing government miss Ida Seidel of Hartford Conn will arrive tonight to spend a three weeks vacation with her Mother mrs Emma Seidel miss Seidel is state general Field super the rebellion started last night at Melilla a chief Garri son town new drug to banish shyness successful visor of Public schools there revolt broke prematurely ill at Meadville i mrs Ethel Leslie a nurse at the j Chirico the Hospital became Sud Denly ill at Meadville Friday while j it was to have been a National one throughout entire Spain proper London july new drug called Benz Edrine which raises the blood pressure and thus cures depression and shyness is described in the current Issue of the Lan after a dose of Benz Edrine even the most depressed patients Are Able to overcome their shyness and talk spontaneously they feel unusual Cooling Rains break the heat wave in 4 states forecaster John Lloyd of the Chi Cago Bureau predicts rain for Missouri May reach this Section by full of Energy and self conf Dence tests for the mental ability of patients after taking the drug show j that they Are Able to concentrate i visiting there she is on her Vaj copyright 1936 by United press better and can work out problems cation from her duties at the hos Pital vacation trip Henry Vance left recently on a vacation trip to Omaha Den ver Pueblo and Colorado Springs Colo in Pueblo he will visit rela he will return the latter part of next week move this week or and mrs Marvin Couch have to an apartment in the Brennan apartments recently a by or and mrs Ward who have moved to an apartment in the Back of the Stagg returns Home miss Eleanor Perry George Dev ers and Ray Gresham went to bar Ris Friday might to bring Madrid july Rezelj faster and More accurately than be army units rising against the left Wing government held important army centers of Spanish Morocco today the rebellion started last night in Melilla chief Garrison town and spread to other basis the United press correspondent at Perpignan French Spanish Frontier reported that the revolt broke prematurely and was to have been a National one throughout Spain proper he re ported a Brief minor revolt at Barj Celonia capital of Catalonia quickly a negro accused of attack and the murder of a girl Bell boy in hotel where miss Helen Clevenger was slain taken into custody arc expected tonight or sunday for the Northwest part of Missouri Chicago july ing Rains and breezes from North Western Canada broke the heat wave today in Wisconsin Southeast and Illinois Only the Plain states and Illinois Only the plan states of Kansas Nebraska and Missouri Board members in i rebel against or Townsend today his control of old age revolving was objected to by members refused to expel member will miss Relief Over the weekend forecaster John Lloyd of the Chi Corner Smith of the association declared himself for Roosevelt Public Hall Cleveland july pension plan Board members rebelled today against or Francis e Townsend control of old age revolving pen Sions and pointed the organization toward a High command showdown fight after adjournment of the current National convention announces his candidacy Cago weather Bureau reported today i rhe refused to expel one of it will be awfully hot in the Plain members at or Townsend com maintains his innocence the United press correspondent a Biarritz on the Frontier asserted j a i bloody shirt found in his Home that there had been a heavy move ment of Contra Brantl arms to spam for three or four Days a strict Cen by meted the entire Coon being Analysed by state chemists n july Catherine sheets Home she has j gov emment was confident j today accused a terrified been spending several Days there i visiting relatives and friends father is ill it dominates the situation it was prepared to attack the rebels by land sea and air if necessary called to St Paul Minnesota Fri Day by the serious illness of mrs engines father James Johnson or Johnson underwent major operation at the Bethesda Hospital Days ago became suddenly worse j Here on leave Alva Baker who has just completed three months at the u St Navy san Diego for a i after the revolt broke at Melilla it act was indicated for a time that Span ish foreign legion troops retook the town but appeared the foreign legion men joined the rebels after withholding the news from the Public for Many hours the gov negro Bellboy arrested secretly late last night of the rape and murder j of Blond Helen Clevenger 19year old new York University Honor Stu Dent the negro who works in the hotel where miss Clevenger was attacked slain and mutilated thursday was j Lloyd said but most of the drouth Belt will have at least temporary Lloyd forecast local Thunder storms tonight or sunday in Illi Nois Indiana Northwestern Missouri and Southeastern Iowa sections that will receive life giving rain this afternoon or tonight include South Ern Wisconsin Southeastern Minne Sota northeastern and southwestern Iowa and possibly Northwestern mis Souri Lloyd said he could see no real rain in sight for the Plain states during the next 36 hours thunderstorms broke Over Chi Mand in a last stand of opposition to what some of them consider an Effort by the Rev Gerald l k Smith to Kidnap the doctors Confidence and become supreme in pen Sion plan affairs Cago Early today bringing Relief to the sweltering City and suburbs posse county Indiana had the Best rain two inches the partial break in the heat wave came As the United states arrested shortly before Midnight counted More than dead and police Captain Tom Robinson said units had revolted in Morocco but week on ten Days leave visiting his parents or and mrs j h Baker he will leave next week to begin service on the u s s Maryland returning Home and mrs Carl t Smith and Niece Mary Neel Mcdermott of Little Rock Are leaving to Nigist for the Home after an extended visit with mrs Smiths parents or and mrs Jos h Warren and her sister mrs w a Snow and family of Stewartsville ends vacation miss Mary Girdner will return to Columbia sunday after spending a week with her Mother mrs Byrda Girdner she has been on her vacation from her work with the spa or and mrs Jack Girdner of Kansas City Are spending the weekend with his Mother mrs Byrda Girdner return to work miss Ruth Anderson will return from Kansas City this weekend where she has been visiting her Sisters mrs Jack Wright and mrs John Creamer for several Days she also visited another sister miss Frankie Anderson at Columbia miss Anderson was on her annual weeks vacation from her work at Bernards ready Tower store at the Hospital Rixford Petrie of Laredo will Rej turn to his Home monday after an i detectives found a bloodstained Ern ment announced that some army to lome state chemist began an examination of it to de Termine whether the blood was human and if so whether it was of the same Type As that of miss Clevenger through More than four hours of questioning the negro denied knowl Edge of the crime but he was locked up in the Asheville mob proof jail i for further interrogation police asserted that most of the army re Nia ined Loyal there As in Spain proper and expressed Confidence of the Early end of the movement to be the Center it was known that martial Law has been declared there and that the government seems to be proceeding at least crops damage to tickets for the White Angel on Sale May be purchased at the Beardsley Book store for either of the three nights r interwoven in the controversy was Republican and democratic town senite resentment at the doctors decision to barnstorm the country this year with Smith and father Charles e Coughlin in behalf of William Lemke new Union party presidential candidate Townsend plan Vic president Corner Smith who from the convention platform pledged his vote to president Roosevelt and attacked the priest and preacher remained in office today despite the doctors order that he be thrown out Norman Thomas socialist Candi Date for president will speak Here at 2 p m in the concluding session of the fou Day Townsend convention the pension plan Cleveland Climax is set for tomorrow when Lemke addresses a Townsend mass meeting at the stadium approximately persons Are expected to attend would represent Livingston co in the legislature a d Dan Walker authorize the announcement of has candidacy on democratic ticket Sampsel township Farmer served four years As tax collector of Sam Peel former county clerk in this Issue the Constitution Tribune has been authorized to announce the candidacy of a d Dan Walker for the nomination on the democratic ticket for representative of Livingston county in the Missouri legislature or Walker is fort seven years of age and has lived in this county All of his life he lives on his own farm in Sampsel township where he is Well and favourably known he served four years As tax collector of his township and also four As trustee he was appointed county clerk in 1934 by the governor and for a year conducting a d Dan Walker who authorizes the announcement of his candidacy for the democratic nomination of representative in the state legislature for Livingston county with the utmost Energy against the j threw a heavy guard around the rebels in fear that the revolt might Jau spread through Spain j feature number 42 Grade crossing projects under Way these elimination projects Are be ing constructed under states w p a allotment work is now under Way on forty two of the fort nine Grade Cross ing elimination projects to be constructed under Missouri works Progress administration allotment according to a recent announced ment by George f Olendorf chair Man of the Missouri state Highway commission Only remains j to be pledged from these funds whue anger which we be sister of mrs Jack Agnew Dies monday shown at the Ritz theatre in of the death of mrs Oscar at Park concert a Cornet Solo Columbia will be played by director Eugene Szalc the Chillicothe civic band will present its regular sunday night concert at Simpson Park at p m the feature number will be a Cornet Solo Columbia polka to be played by Gene Saale Baileys favorite i March King and peasant Lic othe three Days beginning july 19 is a historic life Story of Flora ence Nightengale the Mother of the red Cross organizations of the Gray has been received by Chillicothe friends friends have received word Here j world this picture is sponsored by of the death of mrs Jack agnews the county sunday school Oscar Gray of Chadron Tion i Nebraska which occurred monday Kay Francis As Florence tighten evening following a caesarean of Gale is supported by a cast of one Era Tjon thousand players reviewers have said the White Angel is dramatically an important contribution to the polka Cornet Solo Rallinson played by Gene Saale this program chairman Olendorf summer dream schottische stated is providing direct work for an average of persons Engi neers estimate that will be expended for a total of merry widow Man hours on direct employment even better than Pasteur of worldwide Rev we Hargis a Chillicothe Previewer says As usual the Ritz overture i presents another Superior picture to Suppe its or Anne Samuelson says the White Angel is exceptionally Good i everyone should see this tickets Are now on Sale at Beard Flath urges Federal heat crazed Man Aid for Farmers kills his family Lloyd c Stark urged the digging of Wells and install ment of pumps Jefferson City july Lloyd c Stark demo cratic gubernatorial candidate Nas asked Missouri congressmen to urge and hurry All possible Federal agencies in relieving the drouth situation throughout the state his Headquarters Here announced to Day Stark suggested principally that water Aid be facilitated he Aslund that Wells be dug and pumps in stalled in the drouth injured regions of Missouri to save livestock and stated As his opinion that such was a prudent expenditure of spa and other governmental funds Samuel c Weed beat his wife and son to death with a Hammer today i republicans to the Landon ceremonies or and mrs Agnew and Daugh about 800 from Indiana will Stop Ter Ada Marie were visiting in Nebraska on their vacation when they received the word of her serious ill Ness sunday evening mrs Gray had visited her sister Here in Chillicothe and was Well known surviving Are the husband and in Fant daughter a week old Here for lunch next wednesday noon about 800 Indiana republicans on their Way to the Landon notification ceremonies on july 23 will Stop in Chillicothe at noon wednesday july 22 for dinner according to e j j Pettigrew manager of the strand Coffee shop Erie july c Weed 40 a heat crazed clerk at the Erie works of the general elect Trie company hammered his wife Irene and son David 4 to death today and inflicted critical wounds on his other son Charles 2 Weed a sunday school superintendent was apprehended on the Buffalo Road after two unsuccessful attempts to kill himself by diving the wheels of trucks friends said Weed had been act ing strangely since a heat attack last sunday Ive killed Weed shouted from his front porch when he saw a neighbor mrs we i Reck killed who she screamed the whole Weed replied then ran frantically out to the Buffalo Road where police arrested him police said Weed appeared to be Stark mad when taken to jail and could not Tell a coherent Story America seen buying More precious stones Ontario police Hunt insane convict j i John Gray escaped from Industrial farm after he had killed a convict office in a capable and economic manner or Walker is greatly interested in the Farmers problems and favors All reasonable legislation in their behalf he believes that our state Jagd county government should be operated in the interests of the people in a fair and economic1 Way if or Walker is elected to represent Livingston counts he states that his interests will remain Here and that he will continue his Resi Dence at his farm Home upon the adjournment of the legislature his Many friends predict his nomination and election and Loofe Forward to sector a local Man with local interests As representative at Jefferson City this coming year wants new faces on Republican ticket Fred m Crawford seeking Nomi nation of Secretary of state issues statement Kansas City july u Missouri republicans should follow the Lead of the National convention and put some new and fresh faces on the state Fred m Crawford Springs As Pirant for the gop nomination for Secretary of state declared Here to Day completing a Campaign through 103 counties Crawford said the Vot ers wanted a change on our Side As Well As the i am he said that the republicans can win in mis Souri this fall if we present a group of Young vigorous Dallas hah Sleys Book store and can also de j intermission plan a women democratic club mrs Nellie Timmons has called a meeting of democratic women for tuesday night selection j Lehar i purchased from the association representatives of Des Fleurs Tschaikowsky Hoo popular Jolly Coppersmith descriptive Peter four members of a Section Crew killed new York july 18 up More precious stones Are being bought in America reports k Ike a japanese industrialist affiliated the caravan will be in charge of j m j Hanrahan Field manager for Indiana the delegation will be Sudbury Ontario july cd an insane escaped convict accompanied by its own red Cross wanted for murder spread terror with the far Eastern Pearl Trade Ikeda is on a world tour he j Marietta july found that in Many countries pre Wagon doctors nurses and a wrecker to care for sick cars or Pettigrew is making arrange ments for the delegates to be served the noon meal in Chillicothe cloy at 8 appendix operation about a week ago mrs Ethel Whitney is doing nicely following a major of Ter is convalescing satisfactorily ration three Days ago mrs Plas after a serious operation approximately a week ago d e Springer of Meadville will return Home to Morrow after an appendix operation several Days ago Vern Allen of Are urged to attend meeting Linneus returned to his Home this morning fallowing an operation a j heat wave claims 342 lives in state Kansas a meeting of the democratic j heat had taken a toll of 342 lives in St four members of a Railroad Section Crew were killed and another was injured seriously today when a westbound Baltimore Ohio freight train struck a motor driven Handcart on a Bridge at Little Hock ing 20 Miles Southeast of Here women of Livingston county had died my in the in f tire metropolitan area the death j Hagaman held meeting total was 308 Only fifteen deaths j for scoutmaster Here the meeting is for the purpose of organizing a women club All democratic women of the county ascribed to heat in Kan suburbs i sales tax receipts few Days ago the weather Missouri generally fair in South portion local Thunder showers probable in Northeast portion tonight or sunday and in Northwest portion this after noon or tonight continued warm fridays temperatures maximum exceed million dollars i sales tax collections for May sex j needed a million dollars for the Sec j Ond time since enactment of the state Law it is reported by state auditor Forrest Smith collections for the month amounted to As compared with nine persons killed at Railroad crossing Dundee july nine members of two Farrell j Sion Earl f Hagaman Field representative for the Pony express Council held the regular monthly meeting Here last night for scoutmaster and committeemen the meeting was Cious stones Are exclusively the property of the wealthy that situation does not exist in the United states he says vegetables Are grown on fringe of Arctic Winnipeg slave Lake settlers living in mining Oxford league sponsors show the Oxford league of the first methodist Church will sponsor the showing of lets sing again at the Ritz theatre the Money will be used in paying part of the expenses of delegates from the league to the annual Institute to be held villages on the fringe of the frigid j later in the summer those Desir Arctic grow their own vegetables Austin Cummings government min ing inspector revealed during a visit Here ing tickets May Call miss Colleen Palm throughout the Northern Ontario Timber country today while a posse beat through blazing Forest fires set by the fleeing criminal to cover his path provincial police organized one of the most extensive Man Hunts in Canadian history to find John Gray who escaped from the Bir awash Industrial farm and allegedly murdered marshal Johnson another state convict hundreds of volunteers fought Toj extinguish the fires Gray set police said Gray was armed and insane they warned the posse not to take chances u s farm population hits airtime record principal gains were made in the areas near Industrial centers and mining sections the farm population of Che United states Rose to an Al time record High in 1935 according to figures just released by the census Bureau of the of com Merce the qui Tennial farm census showed that there were persons living on farms in this country on january i m35 an in crease of More than for the five year period 19301935 and the greatest farm population Ever re corded in the nation principal gains were made in the areas near Industrial centers and mining sections on vacation i or and mrs Joe Burruss of in the form of a round table discus Cummings said the settlers Man families were killed when the West bound Ann Arbor Railroad passenger train no 51 crashed into their Buick Sedan at a Grade crossing at this meeting plans were Dis cussed for the coming thirty Days collected month the Only other month since the 1 in the previous million Dollar per cent Law 109 went into effect last August was near Here the dead were identified As Harry i quite so Pink schuster his wife and three Daugh Tersar and mrs Sam Pisana and Theta two daughters everything on the circus poster i is True except the people Are not strange As it May seem there Are thousands who never care to go fishing there Are similar thousands who do not care for Watermelon minimum 75 j totalled but tvs who december 1935 when receipts and there is a great Deal written aged to grow enough fresh vege tables in the few Fertile areas around the Lake to meet their own requirements and sometimes even to Export some to settlements fur ther North the farming season begins in june and extends into a gust when men generally wore Musj taches lots of them had no taste j about trimming them about both because perfect Art can show a figure in Mere shreds of clothing if any will our figures stand such exposure we May be perfect travesties usually nobody Ever undertakes to Engineer a love affair for some body else but once in one learns ones lesson a lifetime should it be unlawful to put a mortgage on a Homestead farm How often it leads to trouble Grain prices break on Chicago Market Chicago july Grain prices broke sharply today on the Chicago Board of Trade As scattered showers fell on the mid West and the heat wave was reported temporarily broken at the close of trading wheat was 3 18 to 3 14 cents lower the july delivery sold at 118 a Bushel Corn slumped 3 78 cents a Bushel july contracts closed at 88 78 cents Trenton Are spending a few Days with mrs Burruss parents or and mrs a c Annin this week or Burruss is on his annual vacation from his work at the Montgomery Ward and company store at Trenton they have been visiting relatives and friends in various Points in South Missouri and Nebraska mrs Ger Ald Annin of Madison will come sunday to visit her father and Mother inlaw or and mrs Annin the size of the brain does Hob prove the intelligence of a person according to or Henry h Donald son of Philadelphia the blood sup ply and composition of Oie brain makes a Man a scholar or a maniac he says possibly time is of very Little importance to people who ask you on those big old Pioneer houses of 15 or 20 rooms bred a race of philosophers they could find a room of their own in which to think the Street what time it with a i clock visible every Block the Horn of plenty and More than i plenty is the automobile Horn John Hancocks signature on the declaration of Independence was so Large that his name has been synonymous with signatures Ever since the poisonous element in Poison Ivy is a heavy nonvolatile oily substance chemically related to phenol or carbolic acid the Church of hag a Sophia i constantinople and St Marks in Venice Are judged the finest examples of byzantine architecture

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