Monroe News Star (Newspaper) - June 13, 1935, Monroe, Louisiana
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____ before the Monroe
'club' at its regular meeting iday noon, on the occasion oi iVs observance of "Railroad
,'ii’consumcr, as a taxpayer and * great service organization, Ihc j^f^co^tribiit^ to ,locaV needs," ?iipeiiker“isaid. “It is a human en-aware of and interested in our Vai’probleflis, an important local
r.àndfÜie support .. . ûts,,’an employer of our peo-al.'customer of our industries.
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' low of 'their \ráges, thé ràii-)ly^ róní' woidd ' Ètop; rThe put| “';by\ tíie ’ railroads from, l«w#i íes i^uld vanish. And, 'most int of all, you would lose your 1-rgervice, Whüe fee railroadf pwdrat ■ on' you, : you are also ent on the railroads.'* 'entertainment program includ-“ 'il numbera, by the Missouri qúíctétte. Officials of íhe IIU-níráV’Á. & L. M, and, Missouri ;'’lines ’wiere honor guests al ibljliinchéon» ;S. A. ‘Moss had ôf;'the prograi^ Vice-President Siédenhàrn presided in the ab-;\of,’President C. Ç. Cbívert.,
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.Threè ; negroes ^ cHarged .with ,selüng',marijuána cig-| aréttes were ■ convicted in the district court here. yestenJay and another negro accused of the same offense en-ered a.-plea of guilty.
The defendants who were tried and convicted, were Dave Bradshaw, John ¿acey,'H. O. Brown, negroes, and Maximo . Martinez^ Mexican. Robert Walker, negro, entered a plea of; guilty.
The passing of the sentences was^ deferred. The minimum penalty for; the offense is 20 months in the state; penitentiary. i
Attorneys for each of the defendants sought leniency from the court, and attorneys for the four defendants whose cases were tried asked the jury- to recommend suspended sentences. ' ' y ' , ' i The court concluded the narcotic cases with a night trial of the Mexican’s; cáse.
in. ‘ the • morning'. session, Teddie Smith; negro, was tried on a charge of larceny of an ox, ahd was found ^ilty. f
THREÈ ROTARY DELEGATES ATTEND BIG CÓMVÉNTIDN
ARE ORDERED TO CAMP
Five reserve officers of Monroe and
there. The officers are Maj. O. C. Roddy, First Lt, R. J. Goza and First Lt. F. V. Reitzell, of Monroe; Second Li „W.', 'A. Guy, Jr.;' ofSwartz;' and First Lt. Harry W. Page, of Sterling-
^ CtlbUDRANT, ta.; Juné 13.-(Spe-cial)—Prince, Terry and Miss ,Chris-i line Grant,, both of Choudrant, were quietly, mawied Juno 8 at the Pres-i byteíiañ nianse in' Ruston.. Rev. Mc-Fadden performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Terry will make their home in Choudrant.
JUNE 13, 1935 , -By Harold Gray*
J^»L-BtRD- ST^NO IN MV WAY , Win:; HE9 REFUSE^ MY OFFER TO BUY HIM OUT, EH? WOMDER IF -HE KWoWS HE'S SIGNED HIS DEATH ; WARRANT^ I’D .HAVE. SHOT • HIM IN HIS OWN OFFICE -
BUT HE WAS LUCKY- GOT THE , DROP ON ME- NO TIME FOR SOFT TACTICS- MUSTN'T LET HIM GET SET-
HERE- WHERE ARE THOSE-TWO BIRDS I SÊNT FOR^i SEND ’EM HERE-
USTEN- TOMORROW WARBUCKSs IS GRAFTING AN INTERVIEW TO p . THE .PRESS- THERE’LL BE A HUNDRED OR SO REPORTERS-YOU BE REPORTERS. SEE? GET IN- GR/^B OLD EON AND BRING HIM HERE, AUVE- >
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THE REPORTERS WE'LL GET TO EON BEFORE ANY OF ’EM
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The Twilight Of A Great Man
•Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Washburn left last night for Mexico City where Mr. Washburn will act as one of the three official delegates of the Monroe Rotary ■ club at the organization’s international convention which opens Monday.
. ,,,The other two delegates are Sig Masur and Harvey Trousdale, both of whom, with their wives, have already gone to the convention city. vH ^ ' 1" '•
A dog owned by Mrs. Paul Jordan of Chattarjooga, Tenn., nursed four motherless kittens along with her own five puppies. ‘ .
^His Curious World Ferguson
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A TREATISE PUBUSHED ' IN UDNOON, IN 1703, STATED THE BELIEF THAT BieDS MIGRATED TO THE /HOOV, AND THAT THE JOURNEY TOOK.
TVyO N\ONTHS TO OOAAPLETE/ DURJNG TWis TIME, THE MOON WOULD AAAKE TWO TRJPS ABOUT THE EARn>t.AND BE BACK AT THE SAME PLACE TO RECEIVE THE BIRD VISITORS... SO THE AUTHOR REASONED
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TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD
--By Edgar Rice Burrougl
“Namo ot Toosî" cried a keeper; “it is the lion —dead, *tabbe4!” “Tba Galla #lava carried no wecpon/* Mid Pindes thowghtiully, **But the •trangçr dW/* a k#*P«r «mUìded him. /‘Whoever kiltod the Ihm rouft hsv* foujthi It hand to hand/ vefleci«4 Fia4« lOoiff
"Then be must he lyiny dead or wounded nearby, master" "Search for him,*' directed Pindes. While they hunted for the stranger, whom they beUeved w#s purely dead, Xerstle was diawing near with Gemnon. Ths Jatter trusted wither tm mw.
He commenced to suspect, loo, that ho and Tar-zsn had been deliberately separated for sinister purposes, He was wallcinR a little b?hind Xerstle and t.he keepers at »he time; he felt a hand upon hi« shoulder and wheeled about; there fit<»od Tar-fmUing.
Xerstle turned at the sound of Gemijon> voic asking, "Where did you drop fromV' and. cha grine-j, S3IW that Tarzan was alive nnd unhurl. Th pjot had failed! He dreaded to think what Ero hi^ fuperior, would do to hijn, and already hi fejrtito brain wa* »ecking aooUiir sch«m«.
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