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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 25, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather fair warmer fourth edition Xxxvi Mitchell s. monday March 25,1929 number 146 Queen of the May strata and pour Concrete mixed with water into the Strat. In this Way the leakage would carry the filler into me exit crevices sealing it and stopping the flow. The bags of gravel placed on the foot of the dam according to or. Scallin Are placed there simply As a precaution. Attorney general declares hell carry oui a go a native mandate 0os Are limited c a. Mar. 25�?opp-in Jyz Tseu of the administration of a stairs of closed Banks by the tanking department has been fenced by the attorney Gen a department it was announced off in of m. Q. Sharpe at general today. Aero dance with the Resolute. E of representatives a by it tar general s statement touted investigation of the department Mas been commit 2 been sen for Public id pc in a h county seat in the a Askir any person having a any Clair of make relative to the cnfctr.-. Ion of the affairs of de barks by the state banking is respectfully requested Krite c r the full details of any ta".? hic by he desires investigated Vej Sera the same to m. Q. Sharpe Migney general. J funds Are limited Hun taking this method of faring incr Mattawa a or. Sharpe s Snen continued a was the cheaply Ani quickest Way. Pas attorney general i have been lasted by the House of represents to conduct an investigation Elbe banking department. Under t in a it becomes my duty to do posing to the veto by the gov Fer of the appropriation provide t Tor this purpose by the legislate. The investigation must be feuded with a very Small spoilt of funds. Pin communications must be feed by one or More persons and a stresses Given. No unsigned com in plications will be considered. All eur cations will be a knowl twi and will be investigated As k As the funds on hand will per demand is wide spread la a statement for the associate press or. Sharpe said a communications received by me ten members of the legislature m from citizens in different parts a the state Are All to the same feral effect to wit that the detained struggle made by the department and officials i the state Bankers association to id legislation providing for this . Is convincing proof kit the investigation ought to be fee for these reasons i deem it a the Public Good to make the infestation As soon As possible. I notices sent out for publicans Ioda will afford the Public an Femi nity to give us information a we might otherwise have birr by conducting hearings in pm county of the state. In Eddita to this our office will write to be members of All the depositors loan Ittzes of closed Banks for such mation As they can furnish. In must take these methods of fearing preliminary information in fee that expenses May be held by to the lowest possible limit. A assistants attorneys general or f Drewry and e. Roberts Tare been selected to assist in this Turk. We will conduct the investiture As a in Gal matter and not in a spirit of controversy with or precut Ion of anyone. Our aim will to find out everything we can by then take whatever action May w justified under Tho Laws of the raging Mountain streams strike and recede hundreds Are homeless Louisville. Ky., mar. 25.�? floods Rushing Down from the Cumberland Mountain watersheds took a toll of 37 lives in Southeastern Kentucky and northeastern Tennessee Over the week end while tornadoes and storms spread death Over four other Southern states bringing the South a death toll to 49 and possibly More. Tennessee was the hardest hit with 31 known deaths. Kentucky has six. Alabama had five children killed in a Tornado. Two negroes i were killed in Georgia by a Tornado a and a White Man by lightning. Three negroes were killed in Mississippi in a storm a boy was killed in North Carolina by a storm. 20 killed at Harriman Mountain streams in Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee receded As rapidly As they Rose and trapped their victims. Twenty persons mostly women and children were lost when the Emery River at Harriman tenn., left its Banks at 3 a. In. Yesterday. Seven boy scouts and their scoutmaster were swept into White Creek and drowned As they slept. They occupied a cottage on the Creek Bank during a week end hike. I three members of one family were drowned at Webster. Tenn. Bodies of six boy scouts their scoutmaster and two others have been recovered. Kentucky s death toll was heaviest in Knox and Bell counties where five lives were taken by the sudden i freshet. Three were drowned near Barbourville and two near Pineville. One was drowned in Perry county. Hundreds without Homes hundreds of families Are without Homes in the Kentucky and Tennessee mountains. All Coal mines in these sections were automatically i closed Down. Train schedules Are seriously interrupted or completely stopped in most instances. Blankets i and other National guard equipment from the Frankfort Arsenal and other arsenals in Kentucky Are being forwarded to the flooded areas under orders from governor Flem d. Sampson. The red Cross Lias taken Active charge of Relief work in both Kentucky and Tennessee. Whee property damage will run into millions of dollars no attempt at official estimate has been made. Local conditions improve lives taken in other Southern states Over the week end resulted from spasmodic and local storms. Conditions in sections of Alabama. Southern Georgia and Northwest Florida flooded last week were Gen in Jpn improved today with work of rehabilitation and Relief work going i Forward rapidly under direction of the red Cross. In most instances i flood victims were restoring their former Homes. Orth West warned of Crook invasion Boron. S. D., mar. 25�?�?ompi�?offals of Northwestern states Are by warned to be on the Lookout criminals expected to Drift into s Section following crime drives Chicano and other cities. A Baria endorsed by 17 comme is Orna Izat ions in South Dakota i san Reosia has been mailed to w a pc More sheriffs mayors i chiefs of police in Minnesota amp the Dakotas George starring Swan of the South Dakota Aker Anocia Tion announce to a Coe ration in tightening vagary Laws was asked As a Means Corr dotting the anticipated be wave. A it f he m Norial follows the drives on criminal classes cd v o and other Eastern cities 1 Bourd to be reflected by an tease in the criminal population the \ Irth West. We r Refore most earnestly refs the it if your state has not a Law with Teeth in it that is b taken forthwith while matures Are in session to 1 the. Euch a Law is passed so to a decided Damper will be put the so can red criminal wave now sweeping our coun a. Tending into the most note Rural Pardon Board meets Pierre. S. D., mar. 25�?043 a the regular adjourned March meeting of the state Pardon Board was held this afternoon postponed from March 5. Because of the Legislatures being in session on that data
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